According to YouTuber Max Weinbach of the EverythingApplePro channel, Apple is looking to refresh its color options for its next generation of iPhones, especially for the Pro models. One of the supposedly confirmed colors will be matte black, which is meant to replace the graphite version of the iPhone 12 Pro. The tech giant is said to have also experimented with bronze and orange variants, although those might not be releasing just yet, or at all. All the models will also get a new anti-fingerprint coating to keep your phone looking clean and pristine.
On top of just new colors, the leaker also suggests that Apple will be improving its Portrait mode for its camera, which previously occasionally provided messy results via its simulated bokeh and background blur. The feature will now apparently tap into the phone’s LiDAR scanner to improve edge detection so the depth control will look much crisper.
As usual, Apple has yet to announce anything official, so those looking forward to the new iPhones should definitely stay tuned for more updates to come.
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