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Alleged iPhone 12 Pro Max leaked video showed some interesting features

Jon Prosser is back at it again and this time it’s with the iPhone 12 Pro Max which had earlier on been leaked through some UI screenshots of the device taken but now it’s a short hands-on video of the device that has now surfaced online.

According to Jon Prosser who posted the leaked video exclusively to his YouTube channel, Front Page Tech, the video claims to show a PVT (Production Validation and Testing) unit of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and some features of the device when it finally make it out to the market.

Among the features that can be spotted on the alleged iPhone 12 Pro Max is a dedicated high refresh rate option on the device’s display settings as well as an adaptive refresh rate toggle which can be enabled to automatically switch between 120Hz and 60Hz refresh rates.

According to the reliable tipster, he also mentioned that his own source stated that the camera module on the device will be about 10% larger than the one on the current iPhone 11 Pro Max while other physical changes includes a thinner bezels, square shape design and larger screen to body ratio.

Also, Jon Prosser mentioned that the side shape of the device is mocked after the iPhone 4 which is squarely shaped and that confirmed endless rumors about the shape of the device when it finally drops. Other noteworthy mentions includes the device sporting a night mode feature on the camera that works when the device is kept still and also LiDAR camera system for a faster focus lock during photo and video capture.

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Alleged iPhone 12 Pro Max leaked video showed some interesting features

Jon Prosser is back at it again and this time it’s with the iPhone 12 Pro Max which had earlier on been leaked through some UI screenshots of the device taken but now it’s a short hands-on video of the device that has now surfaced online.

According to Jon Prosser who posted the leaked video exclusively to his YouTube channel, Front Page Tech, the video claims to show a PVT (Production Validation and Testing) unit of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and some features of the device when it finally make it out to the market.

Among the features that can be spotted on the alleged iPhone 12 Pro Max is a dedicated high refresh rate option on the device’s display settings as well as an adaptive refresh rate toggle which can be enabled to automatically switch between 120Hz and 60Hz refresh rates.

According to the reliable tipster, he also mentioned that his own source stated that the camera module on the device will be about 10% larger than the one on the current iPhone 11 Pro Max while other physical changes includes a thinner bezels, square shape design and larger screen to body ratio.

Also, Jon Prosser mentioned that the side shape of the device is mocked after the iPhone 4 which is squarely shaped and that confirmed endless rumors about the shape of the device when it finally drops. Other noteworthy mentions includes the device sporting a night mode feature on the camera that works when the device is kept still and also LiDAR camera system for a faster focus lock during photo and video capture.

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