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Tuesday, 5 September 2017

You can not miss what Apple prepares in rear cameras

In the absence of a fair week for the keynote that will take place at Stve Jobs Theater, we continue to know rumors, not only about the next iPhone launch, but for what is to come in coming years .

Apple has reported that it has reserved production capacity for camera lens modules "above 12 megapixels" in a new factory being built by the manufacturer of lenses of smartphones Largan Precision in Taichung, Taiwan, according to DigiTimes .

The report, citing "market rumors," claims Largan is the only vendor that can meet Apple's minimum rate of return . The new plant is reportedly designed to house a monthly production of 600 million lens modules, a volume that is not available to many.

Largan will begin production in October 2017 , suggesting that camera lens modules could be targeted at future iPhone models launched in 2018 or later, rather than the so-called iPhone 8 this fall, or whatever it may be called. It is widely rumored that the iPhone 8, or Edition, will have a vertically aligned dual-lens rear camera with optical image stabilization for both wide-angle and telephoto, but no credible rumors have been made about its quality.

Apple improves its iPhone cameras every year, so an increase in megapixels of some sort is certainly still possible this year. The latest models of Apple iPhone and iPad, including the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus, the iPad Pro 10.5 inches and the iPad Pro 12.9 inches, are equipped with 12 megapixel cameras and 7 megapixels.

Given that megapixels do not always matter , since even a television or monitor with a resolution of 4K Ultra HD of 3,840 × 2,160 pixels only has approximately 8.3 megapixels, which is not enough to show a 12 megapixel photo at full resolution.

However, if this rumor is accurate, then perhaps we will see an iPhone with a rear camera of 16 or 18 megapixels or higher in the future. Do you think it will be possible? We would love to read your opinion in comments.

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