Apple iPhones could introduce triple rear cameras and Type-C port, reports Bloomberg

iPhones 2019

The most anticipated smartphones for Apple fanboys is the company’s new iPhones line-up, which they introduce every year. Much like this year, there would be a new set of Apple iPhone/s for 2019. While we saw what one of them could look like in a detailed renders leak, we also learned before today that Apple might introduce a USB Type-C port. Today, a report popped up on Bloomberg that almost gives us a firm confirmation about certain features on the 2019 iPhones. 

Also read: New Apple iPhones could come with USB Type-C Port alongside a new Apple iPod Touch

As we know so far, the 2019 iPhones would be coming in three models, just like 2018 iPhones. The report claims that the successors to the iPhone XS and XS Max are codenamed D42 and D43. The Cupertino-giant could be introducing a triple rear camera setup on the high-end model of the 2019 iPhone/s series, which might be called iPhone XI MAX.

Apple iPhones 2019: Three better than two! 

Of course, this additional camera could bring a slew of new options and improve on the ones offered by the iPhone. There is an indication on the report suggesting the new iPhones could introduce a larger field of view and a wider range of Zoom shot. Further, the brand may extend the video duration to six seconds on its Live Photos feature. The charging port could be revolutionary change if the USB Type-C. But unfortunately, it is not yet confirmed whether the brand will make that shift or not.    

There is one bit of information that is not related to the 2019 iPhones, but instead, it talks about the iPhone/s that will come in 2020. It states that Apple may introduce a laser-based 3D camera on the rear setup of its smartphone. Interestingly, prior to the 2020 iPhone launch, the company could experiment this laser camera setup on its iPad Pro that would be scheduled to go live in spring 2020. The report also talks about iOS 13 Dark mode, which we shall see at this year’s WWDC announcement. 

Also read: Apple iOS 13 is already being tested on select iPhones: report

The primary application where this camera setup would help iPhone/s would be in enhancing the augmented reality. Which might be the next big thing for future iPhones. What do you guys think? Let us know in the comment section below.


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