The iPhone 12’s camera has the same fundamental build as the iPhone 11. Both models feature a 12 megapixel wide and ultra wide lens on its rear camera and a TrueDepth front camera. Both models shoot in 4k up to 60 frames per second and 1080p at 240 frames per second.
However, the wide angle lens has been updated with a ƒ/1.6 aperture that allows for 27% more light to enter the camera and improves the night mode function. With the addition of computational photography, now every new iPhone 12 model experiences faster performing Deep Fusion which improves the overall function of the Wide, Ultra Wide, and TrueDepth lenses.
The iPhone 12 camera is designed with machine learning which will intelligently adjust contrast, texture, white balance, and saturation. Combined with the improved night mode for low light photography and deep fusion for better texture and less noise, the iPhone 12 camera simplifies the process of capturing high quality content. Now iPhone photographers and cinematographers can shoot, edit, and share their work without wasting time in post production.