iPhone 12 Leaks: Screenshots Show to have 120Hz Display & LiDAR

iPhone 12 Leaks: Screenshots Show to have 120Hz Display & LiDAR

Just days after the launch for iPhone 12 was revealed, leaked pictures of the much coveted device has made its way to the social media and is now making rounds, hence becoming viral.

Leaked images from verification testing “iPhone 12 Pro” model have surfaced online, revealing potential camera and display settings for the upcoming device.

Josh Prosser who had made the launch date reveal previously has now leaked these images as well.

Prosser said that they represent the camera and display settings for a current PVT model of the rumored 6.7-inch “iPhone 12 Pro Max.”


There is also mention of an “Enhanced Night Mode” that could enable the phone to take more detailed photos at night.

The leak also reveals toggles for “advanced noise reduction,” “bit depth video,” and “zoom capabilities,” hinting at other “iPhone 12 Pro” camera features.

Apple is largely expected to release both a 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch “iPhone 12 Pro” in the fall alongside 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch “iPhone 12” models.

A 120Hz ProMotion display has been rumored for the iPhone in the past, including by Prosser.

The settings menu shows the LiDAR Scanner option that will help the iPhone 12 Pro Max capture pictures with better image quality.

Prosser says that some PVT models feature the high refresh rate, while others do not. He also teased a video version of the leak, which will be featured in a new video on his Front Page Tech YouTube channel.

It is expected that Apple will unveil up to 4 iPhone 12 devices – an iPhone 12 Pro and a Pro Max alongside an iPhone 12 and a 12 Max.

The starting price for the phone will be $649.