According to recent rumors the next iPhone 2020 flagship will be equipped with a rear camera with ToF technology. The information comes from an anonymous internal source that claims that Apple has also adapted to what has already been seen on countless smartphones in the Android world in the last few years. The news from the photographic sector on Apple's next smartphones do not stop there but, apparently, there will be many more. According to the latest note from Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo all upcoming models mount larger sensors, but especially the larger model (12 Pro Max) will have significant camera improvements.
iPhone 2020: new motion sensor
Currently on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, the telephoto lens and wide angle cameras have an optical image stabilization, but the ultra wide angle lens does not. The next melafonino should bring a rather significant update on this. According to rumors shared by analyst Kuo, the next flagship iPhone models in 2020 may have these sensors. Wide angle lens 7P 1 / 2.6 inches for:
- 5.4-inch iPhone with dual cameras
- 6.1-inch iPhone with dual cameras
- 6.1-inch iPhone with triple camera and with Time Of Flight sensor
Wide angle lens 7P 1 / 1.9 inches with support tomotion sensor to ensure a better stabilization pictures for:
- 6.7-inch iPhone with triple camera with Time Of Flight sensor.
Recall that currently in the iPhone 11 Pro the sensor of 1 / 3.6 inches, so the improvement of the camera of 12 Pro Max will be truly remarkable. The new configuration will also replace the current optical image stabilization for the main camera and allow for better shots. The sensor size are really another big news here: this detail has an impact on image quality, especially when it comes to photographs in low light conditions. In fact, the greater the sensor, the less noise in the image. The analyst then suggests that the telephoto lens will be the next to benefit from the sensor stabilization technology. It is not surprising that Kuo suggests that this technology for cameras will arrive in all iPhone models in 2021.
Ming Chi-Kuo, finally, as already shared recently by Digitimes, announced that all iPhone models mentioned will be equipped with OLED screen. For now, thecoronavirus epidemic it seems not to have affected the release times of the new iPhones: the information currently in circulation confirms, in fact, that Apple should announce the new top models as always in the autumn.