Apple may be seeing a slip in its revenue but that is not stopping the iPhone maker work on its next-in-line premium smartphone that is speculated to boast a number of firsts.
The next iPhone, probably called the iPhone XI or 11, is likely to feature a triple-camera setup at the back. According to a Bloomberg report, the third camera will offer a better zooming capability, higher resolution, and wider field of view.
This year’s iPhone models will include an upgraded Apple processor and use an updated Face ID sensor, a report said. Whereas in the future the company plans to have a laser-backed 3D camera which will enhance augmented reality on the iPhone.
The rear camera is also said to have a 3D system which is currently available on the front camera. The 3D rear camera system could prove fruitful for the upcoming iPhone in handling AR-related apps.
The rear-facing, longer-range 3-D camera is designed to scan the environment to create three-dimensional reconstructions of the real world, Bloomberg reported quoting people familiar with developments. It will work up to about 15 feet from the device, the people said. That’s in contrast with the current iPhone 3-D camera system, which points toward users and operates at distances of 25 to 50 centimeters to power Apple’s Face ID facial-recognition feature.
The next iPhone is also rumoured to ditch the Lightning port for a USB-C port.
(With ANI inputs)
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