Apple could equip the next iPhone with a triple camera media

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Rumours for the upcoming 2018 iPhone are in full swing but news for next year's are already popping up with the Taipei Times reporting the 2019 iPhone model could have a triple rear lens.

The report adds that the new 6.5-inch iPhone which is set to launch this year will be slightly thicker when compared to current iPhones citing a "reliable supplier information source". Bloomberg had previously claimed that the 2019 iPhone would get blessed with the tech to allow for enhanced depth perception and more advanced AR. Earlier, news from China was that the camera system would be given 5x zoom and one lens would be 12 megapixels.

That Apple is considering a triple camera setup is entirely certain, but we are not entirely inclined to believe this report. The smartphone features a 40-megapixel primary RGB sensor, an 8-megapixel telephoto lens for 3x optical zoom and a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor. A new rumor claims that Apple is planning to bring the same camera technology to its future iPhones.

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Recently, the debut of the flagship device Huawei P20 Pro triple camera.

CNET has tested the Huawei P20 Pro's cameras and found that its third camera helps it zoom in further than other phones. To recall, the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X all come with 2X optical zoom.

A triple-lens iPhone X mockup by Martin Hajek. It means that the third generation iPhone X or iPhone X Plus are the likely recipients of the camera upgrade. Apple is most likely expected to launch the 2018 iPhone models around September 2019. One out of the three iPhone models this year may come with LCD display - which will be a mid-range phone, while the other two are said to come with OLED display - which will be comparatively expensive.

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