Could the iPhone 12 have the augmented reality sensor on Apple's new iPad?

The launch of the new iPad Pro last week led to even more information about the iPhone 12, which is expected to be released this fall, according to Bloomberg. On the same day that iFixit showed the interior of the recent Apple tablet and the new integrated LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) sensor, youtuber Filip Koroy shows how the system can also "fit" in the next version of the iPhone.

At the end of March, a group of analysts predicted that the COVID-19 pandemic would delay the launch of the new iPhone 12. However, the news advanced by Bloomberg this Wednesday ensures that Apple's leading partner manufacturer assured investors that the Apple's alleged 5G model is ready to be launched in the fall.

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting virtually every continent, the company naturally lost time with travel restrictions and interruptions. However, as Alex Yang, head of investor relations, made clear, there are still a few months to go before assembly lines start producing in June. Therefore, the deadline will be met, he assured in a private conference organized by Goldman Sachs.

But, to confirm, what news can iPhones fans count on? A LIDAR sensor was one of the great highlights of the new iPad Pro and in the inspection of the model, iFixitanalysed it. Within it are two lens modules, a VCSEL transmitter and a receiver sensor.