iPhone 15 Pro will get a periscope camera

In a new note to investors, well-known TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple will significantly improve the cameras in its smartphones in the next couple of years. Such changes should have a positive impact on the income of partner companies. In particular, to increase the revenue and profit of the Taiwanese manufacturer Largan Precision.

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will get a 48-megapixel wide-angle camera next year, Kuo said. It will be able to record video in 8K format. Such content should look good through an AR/VR headset that Apple is currently working on. According to rumors, the helmet will be presented before the end of next year.

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Kuo believes that the new camera, in addition to the ability to record video in 8K format, will also allow you to shoot in several modes. In particular, under normal lighting conditions, users will be able to take photos with a resolution of 48 megapixels, and in difficult conditions to get high-quality 12-megapixel photos. Improved quality will be achieved through pixel binning technology.

In 2023, at least one of the new iPhones should receive a lens with a periscope lens system. This innovation will further expand the capabilities of the camera in Apple smartphones. In this case, the company does not have to significantly increase the size of the device.

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A source: MacRumors

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