Apple iPhone 12 series' camera details surface, all four models may come with a better wide-angle camera

The Apple suppliers are reportedly planning to make 50-55 million units for iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max camera module.

This year's iPhone lineup is expected to include not three but four iPhone models with different screen sizes. The series is likely to compromise one 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models, and one 6.7-inch model. A new report claims that Apple has reportedly shared the camera module orders to its suppliers, and in the process some details have been leaked.

As per a report by Digitimes, all four models of the iPhone 12 series might come with a better wide-angle camera. The report referred to a supply chain that revealed that the wide-angle lense of all four models are upgraded from 6P to 7P.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max.

In addition to this, the report also revealed that Sharp and O-film Tech might be taking care of camera modules of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max and are reportedly planning for 50-55 million units. As per the report, LG Innotek is expected to make cameras for the other two models of the series and might go for 35-40 million units.

This hints that Apple is expecting more sales of lower end two models than the higher-end models.

As per a previous report, iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Max are likely to sport two rear cameras each whereas the other two might feature triple rear camera setups.

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