According to Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Poe, at least one of the IPhone 15 models to be launched in 2023 has a system It is a periscope camera that increases the optical zoom capability. With a periscope lens, the light entering the telephoto lens on the back of the IPhone is reflected by an angled mirror toward the camera's image sensor. Changing the direction the light travels will allow Apple to put more telephoto settings inside the iPhone, enabling users to zoom in more without blurring.
Rumors on The iPhone's periscope lens case has been around since early 2020, and Ming Chi Koo, a leading analyst, was the first to point to the possibility. Ko initially said the periscope lens would be a feature of the IPhone 14 Pro, but now it looks like we'll have to wait until the IPhone 15 Pro launches next year.
Android phones with a camera system equipped with a periscope lens include the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and the Huawei P40 Pro Plus. Both smartphones have a 10x optical zoom, and with the addition of a periscope lens, the IPhone 15 Pro can follow suit. Meanwhile, the IPhone 13 Pro models are limited to 3x optical zoom. It is released from Apple smartphones, which are not without merit. The latest rumors about the IPhone 15 say that these phones may not support the physical SIM card slot. The rumor, which is circulating in cyberspace, was leaked to BlogDoiPhone and appears to have originated from Apple's in-house informed sources.
According to the report, Apple has long used methods to avoid unnecessary use It is testing the SIM card slot (known in Brazil as the "carrier chip") and is developing eSIM technology. But according to an internal source of the iPhone's blog, from 2023, the Pro version of the IPhone 15 may be offered to users without a physical SIM card and will work with only 2 eSIM ports. Other rumors about this series of Apple phones include the use of Touch ID under the screen and the new 3-nanometer chips. Introducing the world of smartphones is also associated with a lot of margins, and we see different news about these smartphones every day. According to a report by Mark Gorman from Bloomberg, at least some IPhone 14 models use a screen-based design, which eliminates the screen cut-off, and the Face ID sensor system will likely go under the screen. Prior to Mark Gorman's new report, the Korean publication The Elec claimed that the IPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max had a screen-based design instead of a cut. Even Ming Chi Koo has claimed that the IPhone 14 models have a screen-based design.
Pro version of the IPhone 14 will break the iPhone's RAM record. According to reports, both Pro models of these phones will be available with 8 GB of RAM, which is very good news for Apple users. As for the IPhone 14 series camera system, Apple's well-known analyst Koo has announced that the IPhone 14 will use a 48-megapixel main camera.
Recently, another revealer announced that the IPhone 14 Pro models have a dual camera. The main camera will be based on a 48-megapixel sensor, and ultra-wide and telephoto cameras with a 12-megapixel sensor will be available to users. It remains to be seen in the coming days what other rumors and reports will be published in cyberspace about the new generations of the IPhone 14 and 15 series.
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