Apple Tipped to Launch iPhone with Triple Rear Cameras in 2019

Apple Tipped to Launch iPhone with Triple Rear Cameras in 2019

A new report has surfaced that says upcoming iPhone X Plus will measure 6.5-inches though will size up to iPhone 8 Plus which was launched a year ago.

Recent news from the Taipei Times has cited a research note from Yunata Securities analyst Jeff Pu that claims Apple is likely to launch a new iPhone model with a triple lens rear camera sometime next year. As per the sources, there will be a new iPhone with Triple-Lens camera just like the newly launched Huawei P20 Pro smartphone.

Recently, Huawei has launched a P20 Pro with three rear camera setup, the placement of the three cameras is vertical.

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We have seen 2X zoom feature on the previous iPhones including iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. But the new iPhone would come up with 3X Zoom support with additional photography features. Apple is also expected to unveil three new iPhones in 2018 as well.

If the triple-lens iPhone does arrive next year, it's already have some stiff competition.

If the above reports turn out to be true, then it would be the first time that an iPhone will feature a triple rear camera setup with 3X optical zoom.

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Huawei's new P20 series has three phones from which the Triple Lens setup is available on the most premium device i.e. Huawei P20 Pro phone. However, with the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X camera, the company has given the software tweaks to get many portrait effects.

The report adds that the similarity in size is due to smaller bezels on the 6.5-inch iPhone claimed to launch in 2018. It means that the third generation iPhone X or iPhone X Plus are the likely recipients of the camera upgrade. The smartphone borrowed a couple of design cues from the iPhone X like its notch and placing the cameras vertically on the back.

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