Apple is well known for performing experiments when it comes to new technology. According to Yuanta Securities analyst Jeff Pu via Taipei Times, Apple is gearing up to work on a new iPhone that will ship with three cameras on the rear. The launch of a new iPhone with a triple lens will be most likely around Q2 2019.
The interesting fact to note is that the forthcoming iPhone will be equipped with 6P lens coupled with 5X zoom and 12MP camera sensor with large f/2.2 aperture. Industry analysts are of the opinion that the iPhone 2019 will feature a camera setup identical to that of the Huawei P20 Pro smartphone.
According to a report published by Patently Apple, the Tim Cook owned company could make use of MLCD+ display manufactured by LG. However, this display is available in LG G7 ThinQ smartphone and it remains to be seen as to whether Apple will adopt the same display technology as done by another competitor.
The forthcoming iPhone will offer improved brightness and color reproduction with better contrast ratio. The reports suggest that the new display technology will offer 1000 nits brightness with 100 percent DCI-P3 colour gamut screen.
If you are unaware, the Huawei P20 Pro ships with a triple lens on the rear comprising of a 40MP RGB sensor, an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom alongside a 20MP monochrome sensor. The iPhone 2019 will offer a capability for 5x optical zoom instead of the conventional 2x zoom.
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