Information has appeared on the Web, according to which a camera with a three-dimensional sensor can become a distinctive feature of the new iPhone models.
The source of such information was the Fast Company publication, according to which the camera on the back of the smartphone will receive a sensor that technically resembles the TrueDepth sensor used today for Face ID. It is reported that Apple has already entered into a corresponding contract with Lumentum, the company that created TrueDepth, to develop a new solution for the main camera. The presence of such a sensor will allow the smartphone to make a three-dimensional picture of the image, which should most positively affect the quality of the resulting images. Also, such a sensor will allow you to highlight the main object while shooting a video.
It should be noted that three-dimensional sensors are already used in smartphones. In particular, they are installed in some of their models by Samsung. However, it is expected that Apple will be able to expand the capabilities of the sensor thanks to the company's unique developments. In addition, it is planned to be used for applications and games that use augmented reality - in this direction, an American company has recently works very actively. It is also possible that the new technology will allow users to create unusual "volumetric" pictures, which can then be posted on social networks.
Naturally, everything is not limited to cameras only. The new iPhone models are expected to deliver performance that rivals Macbook Pro. They will also be equipped with next-generation OLED displays and provide support for 5G networks and Wi-Fi of the new IEEE 802.11ay standard. There is also a lot of talk that the next iPhone models may get a new design of the case, reminiscent of the one used in the days of the iPhone 4. There is also talk of the intention refuse to speak at the top of the screen.