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iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max successors may feature a triple camera setup

15 March 2019 4

Apple didn’t have a great last year. Their devices didn't sell like hot cakes as they’d normally do for a number of reasons. Firstly the users felt that the iPhones lacked innovation and another issue was the pricing, which a lot of people found unreasonable high for the last set of devices.

Rumors now suggest that Apple is planning to make drastic changes in its upcoming iPhones. Previously leaked images suggested that the next generation iPhones may come with a triple rear camera setup like Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro. According to a fresh set of rumors, the new iPhones may come with an improved set of camera setup and features which were missing from the previous generation iPhones.

A Japanese publication has now re-confirmed the rumor about the triple camera setup and the Mate 20 Pro like camera-island. It also states that the iPhones this year may come in at least 2 different size variants 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch and both the variants may have the same triple camera setup. The publication has also stated that one of the sensors could be a 14-megapixel sensor but didn’t share any information about the other two sensors on board.

Though the information here is parallel to previous leaks, it is way too early to be sure about design changes in the upcoming iPhones. Though we do hope that Apple keeps sensible pricing for this years’ devices yet not compromising on features and specifications. Rest only time will tell.



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