Apple has been in the news recently about their settled Apple-Qualcomm dispute. And, now the reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shed some information about the 2019 iPhones that are scheduled to launch in September. Kuo had earlier predicted that 2019 iPhones are said to be successors of the current gen models and we shall most likely see the same 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.5-inch iPhones this year as well. He had also revealed that the new iPhones should be getting upgraded Face ID sensors when compared to the current trio of iPhone line-up.
And, now Ming-Chi Kuo and according to his notes, it is evident that 2019 iPhones will be featuring a 12MP front-facing TrueDepth cameras, which is supposedly an increase from 7MP from the current trio of iPhone line-up. Folks at MacRumors had access to the notes by the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that further indicates the successors of the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max will feature triple-lens camera, as reported earlier, which include a 12MP wide-angle lens, 12MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP ultra-wide lens, and all lenses are said to be supplied Sony.
While the current OLED display models already feature 12MP dual rear cameras one being a telephoto lens, this new addition of 12MP for the upcoming iPhones surely appears to be promising from Apple. This indicates Apple’s plans to compete against Google’s Pixel camera, Huawei’s P30 Pro cameras and Samsung’s Galaxy S10 cameras as well. Furthermore, the notes reveal that the successor of the iPhone XR model with 6.1-inch LCD display will also be getting a camera bump, resulting in dual rear cameras in the successor, instead of one as the predecessor.
The front cameras of the upcoming 2019 iPhones will surely see a spec bump from 7MP camera to 12MP, according to Kuo, in addition to that Kuo suggests the front camera lens and the rear super wide angle camera lens will be getting a black lens coating, which ought to make the respective lenses look ‘inconspicuous’, suggests the report.
Earlier reports have also revealed the rear camera modules and design of the rear camera setup of the upcoming OLED models that indicated a Huawei Mate 20 Pro-like camera set up on the rear. And, the new Kuo research notes have also suggested the same including the camera specifications as well. Since the launch of the iPhones, this year is imminent in September this year, reports are floating around on the web already, and we can expect more to come in the upcoming months as well. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.