The marquee feature on this year's new iPhones, tentatively referred to as the "iPhone 11", could be a third-party rearview camera.
The iPhone rumor comes from the Japanese Apple fan blog Mac Otakara, who in the past has leaked details months before the release of Apple products.
According to Mac Otakara, this year's iPhones could be equipped with a triple rear camera system embedded in a new square cusp in the upper corner.
The Camera The system is similar to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, which consists of a normal wide-angle lens, a telephoto lens, an ultra-wide-angle lens and an LED flash.
If you add a third camera, playback f will be the same for the new iPhones using Android phones like Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 + and the new Huawei P30 Pro have to compete with three cameras each, this is the case. Interestingly, the report does not say what kind of camera this would be third camera.
Would it be an ultra-wide-angle camera like the S10 / S10 + and Mate 20 Pro? Or would it be a third "depth camera" (also called "ToF" camera) that helps with portrait photos and augmented reality applications.
The current top iPhones from Apple, the XS and the XS Max, two rear cameras (normal wide-angle and 2x telephoto).
Not everything The iPhone 11 could, however, set up the triple camera According to Mac Otakara's report, Apple could limit its triple-camera setup to versions of the new 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch higher-capacity iPhones, in an earlier report by Wall Street Journal claimed that Apple could only add a third camera to the successor to the larger iPhone XS Max.
In other words, the entry level of the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 with 64GB of space may be with two cameras shipped, but may have a 512 GB or 1 TB version over three cameras. According to Mac Otakara, there are already cases of iPhone 11 with square camera in the wild. The report also corroborates an earlier report by serial operator Steve Hemmerstoffer ( @OnLeaks ), who had already exchanged information on this year's iPhones in January:
The only difference between Mac Otakara and @OnLeaks & # 39; Leaks is the formation of cameras within the square hump. With Apple's knowledge, it's likely to come in a symmetrical design similar to the Mate 20 Pro's camera setup.
Apple is under pressure to differentiate this year's iPhones with compelling features that will drive consumers to upgrade. With the iPhone retail price, Apple will have to come up with features that aggressively compete with the feature-rich Galaxy S10 and valuable devices like the OnePlus 6T.
Personally, I want Apple to evolve its computer photography. Better a camera mode that is comparable to Google's impressive night vision device for the pixel, which is virtually magical.
In addition to the triple rear view cameras, this year's iPhones could also be equipped with a two-sided wireless charging process (also known as a wireless reverse charge). This would be similar to the Galaxy S10's Wireless PowerShare feature, which allows you to charge another phone or accessory like the Galaxy Buds wirelessly.
A faster A13 chip is also expected to power this year's iPhones. The new phones are expected to ship with iOS 13, which is expected to be released in early June at WWDC. We do not know much about iOS 13, except that there is a system-wide Dark mode that reflects the same feature that was introduced last year for macOS Mojave.
More leaks will be released by fall. But maybe you should ask yourself: Would you buy an iPhone with a third, possibly ultra wide angle camera? And more importantly, would you supplement the extra money if Apple limited the extra camera to the more expensive models with more memory? It will be very interesting to see what Apple is doing this year. !
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