Detailed specifications of the iPhone 12 Pro Max have leaked! This new development comes just a couple of days after YouTuber Jon Prosser provided some details about the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Apple normally hosts its new iPhone launch in September, though it had to delay the launch event for its iPhone 12 series due to the coronavirus pandemic that impacted supply of key components.
There is no official confirmation from Apple regarding these specifications, however the screenshots from the source look quite similar to how Apple compares different iPhone models on its official site.
iPhone 12 Pro Max specifications (expected)
The leaked specifications indicate that the iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a larger, 6.7-inch OLED display over the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max. It also appears to have a higher resolution of 1,284 x 2,788 pixels that bring 460ppi of pixel density, which is slightly denser than the 458ppi available on the last year model.
The display of the iPhone 12 Pro Max is rumoured to have a 120Hz refresh rate. Apart from the display, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is said to have an all-new, A14 Bionic chip with fourth-generation Neural Engine. The phone also appears to feature a triple rear camera setup, with a 16-megapixel primary sensor as well as an ultra-wide-angle shooter and a telephoto shooter. Further, the camera setup is also likely to have a LiDAR sensor, just like the existing iPad Pro models. The LiDAR sensor could help enable newer augmented reality (AR) experiences.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max also seems to have the longest battery life in an iPhone that could last up to two hours longer than the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The leaked screenshot also suggests that the iPhone 12 Pro Max could debut in the US with a starting price tag of $1,099 (approximately R18,500). This is identical to the existing initial pricing of the iPhone 11 Pro Max.