Apple would be working alongside LG to upgrade the iPhone's dual camera -


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Friday, 25 November 2016

Apple would be working alongside LG to upgrade the iPhone's dual camera

It seems that Apple plans to further improve the specifications of the iPhone, adding new features to the device camera. This information comes following the departure of a new report published by a Korean media, which refers to the company Cupertino plans to create with LG a dual camera module with 3D photography capabilities.

The idea can be carried out in the next generation of iPhones in 2017, just in the year of the tenth anniversary of the birth of one of the most emblematic of the company is held devices.

With this new feature, you try to improve the current iPhone camera 7 for more depth of field and get "3D pictures".

Apple would partner with the LG Innotek division to bring the next generation of cameras in the next year.

Here is an excerpt from the report:

"Apple is looking at how to apply its 3D camera technology to the LG Innotek smartphone camera. As LG Innotek also has its own 3D camera and related technologies, such joint efforts will likely bear fruit sometime within the next year. "

The report only speaks in a very general way about the new technology that Apple and LG would be working on, so no technical details of the camera are provided.

IPhone 7 Plus is Apple's first smartphone that includes two cameras on the back, which are used to create an effect of depth of field, also known as "bokeh" effect. The cameras, along with a series of algorithms, process the images and keep focused on faces and objects nearby, while the background remains blurred, achieving a more professional finish in photographs.

With the addition of the new technology to obtain 3D photographs, Apple would be making a great leap of innovation and performance on the iPhone of 2017.

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