Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max real machine, setting screenshot exposure

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The size of bangs remains the same, supports 120Hz high brush, lidar

Today claimed to be the real machine and screenshots of the 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max test model, indicating that this flagship device may be equipped with a 120Hz display and a lidar scanner.

The screenshot is from the whistleblower Jon Prosser, and it is said to be a PVT (Production Verification Test) model from a 6.7-inch iPhone. There is a switch in the screenshot display settings to enable “lidar” for “video and night mode auxiliary auto focus and subject detection”.

Another option is “Enable High Refresh Rate” and “Enable Adaptive Refresh Rate” . This setting description shows “The device will change the refresh rate from 120Hz to 60Hz according to the content displayed on the screen.”

There are mixed rumors about whether some iPhone 12 models will use 120Hz ProMotion display technology. Display analyst Ross Young said earlier this week that Apple is facing supply chain issues with the 120Hz display driver IC for the iPhone 12 Pro, so Apple may Will choose to ship with a 60Hz display, or postpone the launch of the iPhone 12 Pro model.

According to Prosser, some of the 6.7-inch PVT iPhone models are equipped with a 120Hz display, and some do not, and the alleged setup screenshot does mention the existence of these two displays.

There have long been rumors that the iPhone 12 Pro model will be equipped with a LiDAR scanner like the 2020 iPad Pro model, and this feature is likely to be limited to this year’s high-end iPhone. If LiDAR technology and 120Hz display are realized, both will be high-end features.

For these screenshots of Prosser, we should look at them with some skepticism . There are some suspicious places in the screenshot, such as unusual spelling, capitalization, and text that Apple does not use. For example, in a screenshot, the English spelling “behaviour” is used, and Hz is also incorrectly capitalized. In another screenshot, “Zoom Capabilities” is misspelled and “Slow Mo” is also mentioned, which Apple calls “Slo Mo”.

Prosser’s explanation for this is that these words are “written for the people of the testing unit”, which cannot be verified. It is unclear whether these screenshots are real or fake, the latter is not difficult to do, but Prosser said that he plans to share PVT iPhone 12 Pro videos under these settings in the near future. learned that in the past, Prosser was fooled by the people who provided him with the content of the news. For example, in June, he shared pictures claiming to be a wireless charger that Apple was still developing, but later discovered that these pictures were cloned devices not designed by Apple at all. However, he has shared accurate information about Apple’s conference plan in the past.

In addition, EverythingApplePro also shared the same screenshot of the allegedly iPhone 12 Pro Max test device . These screenshots show that there is an “AM” next to the time. EverythingApplePro claims that this is because the size of the bangs remains the same, but the larger 6.7-inch screen allows extra display space on both sides of the device.

EverythingApplePro also claims that the 6.7-inch OLED iPhone has a resolution of 2788×1284, with 458 pixels per inch, and will not include a 20W charger, which is consistent with previous rumors.

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