Apple Plans To Release New iPhones With Unibody Design And Periscope Lens

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According to analyst Ming-CHi Kuo, AppleInsider reported on Tuesday, Apple Inc’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhones will upgrade the camera in 2022 and 2023 to make it more robust and increase their shooting capabilities.

In 2022 the iPhone will feature a “unibody” design, which integrates its camera voice spinning motor, and Kuo says the lens array. According to AppleInsider this move would release the device’s internal space and increase the strength of the smartphone manufactured by Tim Cook.

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Apple plans to add a telephoto camera from a 6P lens array to the 7P stack on its high-end iPhone in 2022. The Tech Giant based in Cupertino, California plans in the coming years to move all their rear-facing iPhone lenses to 7P.

The analyst said that Apple would present the iPhone with the design of a telecommunications lens in 2023. This type of design contributes to the extension of Apple Insider’s focus length for a compact lens array.

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Previously, Kuo had predicted the telephoto lens design and given a 2022 timeline. Kuo also says that this year, Apple will finish tuning iPhone optics and move materials for Face ID from glass to plastic cover.

In addition, the firm intends to add a new telephoto lens to its high-end models, with a lens stack of 6P, an improvement on the current 5P design found by Kuo. Kuo said earlier that Cupertino will probably start a foldable iPhone by 2023 with a display of 7.5 to 8 inches, according to MacRumors.

According to Wedbush, the next generation of Apple iPhones can be a “game-changer” and come with Lidar technology.

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