September, the month of iPhones, has officially started so, we can expect Apple to drop the iPhone 12 range of flagship handsets anytime now. And as the launch nears, new and more videos have been surfacing on the internet. The latest viral video reveals the newest feature of the iPhone 12 Pro Max that gives a very clear idea of how the newest iPhone will perform and look.
The latest video about the iPhone 12 Pro Max not only confirms the inclusion of LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) which has been hinted by many previous leaks of the iPhone 12 Pro Max but it also claims and shows a screen recording representing hands-on time with a PVT (Product Validation Testing) version of the said phone.
The PVT (Product Validation Testing) version indicates that the next step might be the actual mass production of the iPhone 12 Pro Max because PVT (Product Validation Testing) is a very late step in the production of phones.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU EXPECT?
Word is on the street that apart from the PVT, the iPhone 12 Pro Max might also feature a 120 Hz refresh rate. According to the latest video doing rounds on the internet, the user will be able to toggle the adaptive refresh rate which will, as a result, change the refresh rate according to the content being showed on the screen from 120 Hz to 60 Hz.
The iPhone 12 Pro Max is also expected to have an identically sized notch as seen in its predecessor, the iPhone 11. Moreover, you can record footage at 4K/240fps Slow-Mo and 4K/120fps according to your preference.
It is important to remember that these settings have only been seen on the iPhone 12 Pro Max with PVT (Product Validation Testing). It has not been confirmed that this feature will also be seen in the final model that will be shipped off to the Apple stores all over the world. Nevertheless, we cannot wait to get our hands on the iPhone 12 Pro Max.