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Next iPhone could feature an ultra-wide lens

a brand-new report from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo obtained by 9to5Mac details the cameras in the next-generation iPhones. The report confirms previous rumors — the successors of the iPhone XS and XS Max will have three camera sensors on the back of the gagdet.

In addition to the main camera and the 2x camera, Apple could add an ultra-wide 12-megapixel lens. Many automaton phones already feature an ultra-wide lens, so it makes sense that Apple is giving you more flexibility by adding a third camera.

Kuo thinks Apple will use an exclusive coating on the camera shock to hide the lenses. It’s true that pointing three cameras at someone is starting to look suspicious.

OnLeaks and Digit shared the following render (without any exclusive coating) a few months ago:

The iPhone XR update will feature two cameras instead of one. I gambled
Apple will add a 2x camera.

On the front of the gagdet, Apple could be planning a gigantic improve for the selfie camera. The company could swap the existing camera sensor with 4 layers of glassware with a camera sensor that has 5 layers of glassware.

Apple could also be giving the camera a resolution shock, jumping from 7 megapixels to 12 megapixels. All three models should get the brand-new selfie camera.

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