Apple I would like to launch three new models from iPhone in 2019, according to a report from the American newspaper The Wall Street Journal. One of the launches would be a successor to the iPhone XR, the device with the lowest price of the company in 2018 and which, incidentally, remains below the sales expectations, and a high-end phone with three rear cameras, in line with the current market trend. The other devices would have dual cameras.
According to images leaked by the OnLeaks portal, the company's most advanced phone in 2019 (which would be the successor of the iPhone XS Max) it has a square camera that contains the three cameras, two of which are vertically aligned and one in the middle. Above you can see the recording of an LED flash and a microphone at the bottom.
It is not yet clear what the purpose of a third lens on the iPhone would be, but some specialized media emphasize that Apple 3D ToF could use long distance (Time of Flight) technology, which refers to the time it takes to get there to come. light to the object), allowing 3D images to be taken. According to OnLeaks, the third camera would have the option to track objects even in the dark almost immediately with laser pulses to the object to throw and the time to measure before the laser of the sensor rebounds. "
According to a Bloomberg report, Sony will increase the production of next-generation 3D sensors after expressing interest from customers such as Apple. The chips would power the front and back 3D cameras from different smartphone manufacturers in 2019.
OnLeaks confirms that the 2019 iPhones are still in the validation test phase so changes in the details can occur when the phones are released in September 2019.
The iPhone XR would keep the LCD screen and apparently the phones would have a back panel of glass.
In the first week of January 2019, Apple lowered its outlook for the first time in nearly 20 years, due to the low demand for new iPhone models, mainly because of the impact of the trade war between China and the US. UU., According to the company.
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