iPhone 12 has many advanced functions to offer to users compared to its predecessor. The previous many leaks have suggested many features are on the way. Now, the new iOS 14 Beta 1 version has revealed another major support for the iPhone 12 lineup. The tipster has revealed that the next iPhone series will support 4K video recording at 240 FPS for better results in the camera department. The iPhone 11 series is capable to capture 4K videos in 60 FPS and the slow-motion of 240 FPS ones at 1080p FPS.
If the leaker @PineLeaks is true then it will be a nice upgrade over iPhone 11. The discovered evidence suggests the users will get a crystal-clear recording with 4K video in 120 FPS for regular mode. And the Slow-Motion videos can be captured into 4K at 240 FPS option. Further, it has come out all the iPhone 12 series models will support this camera support. As per the previous tips, there would be five models are in development. It means all the five models will get the 4K at 120 FPS camera support.
In the other camera features, the Pro models could get four modules with a dedicated telephoto camera with a 3x optical zoom. The other entry-level versions to get dual shooter cameras, including the standard iPhone 12 model. As per the gathered information from various leaks & tipsters, iPhone 12 to have two vanilla versions, two Pro models with 5G, and one LTE version. The regular iPhone 12 model will come with a 5.4-inch OLED display & A14 chipset. The iPhone 12 Pro Max will have a ProMotion 120Hz refresh rate display.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.