The upcoming iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Pro will come with Time of Flight (ToF) sensors for more accurate depth sensing, giving the two phones a distinct advantage over other iPhones. The publication has made this claim after it found mentions of a 3D sensor in the code of iOS 14. Interestingly, this isn't the first time we are hearing of such a sensor for the new iPhone 12 Pro series. In the past, reports have also noted the inclusion of a world-facing' 3D sensor.
If the report ends up being true, it would represent a huge leap for the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, and see them offer improved camera performance and even take the AR game up a notch. The ToF camera will also help the iPhone 12 Pro phones in taking on the threat from competing Android flagships in the market, many of which already come equipped with this particular lens.
The report further goes on to reveal the codenames of these 2020 iPhones. The suggestion is the codename is 'd5x' for the iPhone 12 family, as the iPhone 11 series is mentioned in the same code with the name 'd4x'.
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