Arthur J. Villasanta – Fourth Estate Contributor
Cupertino, CA, United States (4E) – Here’s more on Apple’s upcoming trio of new iPhones set to hit retail shelves in September. Yes, there will be three new phones to replace the unfortunate iPhone X. And one of these will be the first iPhone with three lenses.
Rumors from various reliable sources confirm the three new iPhones. These new phones are being identified (for now) as the iPhone XI (or iPhone X2); iPhone X Plus (in gold?), which is a larger version of the failed iPhone X and iPhone X SE (or the iPhone 9), a cheap iPhone. It’s believed the iPhone XI (that’s pronounced iPhone 11) might come with a 6.5-inch OLED display; the iPhone X Plus with a 5.8-inch OLED model and iPhone X SE (or the iPhone 9) with a 6.1-inch LCD display.
Of the trio, the iPhone X2 is generating the most buzz because of its unique camera lens. This phone is expected to feature a “three lens” camera with up to x5 optical zoom. This magnification is a huge improvement over the 2x optical zoom in the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus. Experts claim triple lens cameras can significantly improve smartphone photography — but not to the level of DSLRs.
This x5 optical zoom camera will be a new feature for iOS but will be similar to that now found in Huawei’s P20 Pro, the first phone to offer a triple lens. Huawei’s triple cameras offer much better low light performance compared to Apple and Samsung’s phones that come with a 3x optical zoom.
The iPhone XI will likely have the dimensions and form factor of the iPhone X, which means the infamous notch will still be there.
Article – All Rights Reserved.
Provided by FeedSyndicate