Back in 2017, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X were the first-ever smartphones to provide 4K 60FPS video recording support. Once more, Apple is looking to be the first in the same department by increasing the framerate. According to one tipster, who has apparently found info in the iOS 14 Beta 1 filesystem, the upcoming iPhone 12 series will have an option to record 4K videos at 240FPS.
Where Apple’s competitors are providing 8K 30FPS video recording support in their flagship phones, the iPhone 12 launch might take things in a different direction. According to Twitter user Pine, who has collaborated with YouTube channel EverythingApplePro, the upcoming iPhone 12 series might get 4K 120FPS native video recording support. He also states that there might be an option for 4K 240FPS recording (but that might be limited to the slow-motion category).
On the other hand, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, which previously said that Apple will not include wired earbuds with the iPhone 12, now reports that there won’t be any power adapter as well. Apple is likely to sell these accessories separately to buyers. “This will presumably reduce the size of the iPhone packaging considerably, helping lower Apple’s freight costs and be better for the environment,” added Kuo. The much-awaited iPhone 12 series, rumored to launch in September, is expected to come with several upgrades, including 5G, 120Hz display, and quad-camera setup.