Apple orders 3.2 and 5 Megapixel camera sensors for next-gen iPhone

Now the complaints about the current iPhone camera delivers 2 megapixel quality, and lacks the ability to either zoom or autofocus, might soon become a thing of the past. As Apple recently secured an order with OmniVision for 3.2 megapixel image sensors for the iPhone, in addition to 5 Megapixel camera sensors for a product reported […]

Now the complaints about the current iPhone camera delivers 2 megapixel quality, and lacks the ability to either zoom or autofocus, might soon become a thing of the past. As Apple recently secured an order with OmniVision for 3.2 megapixel image sensors for the iPhone, in addition to 5 Megapixel camera sensors for a product reported to launch late this year. Some of the already rumored upgrades for the upcoming iPhone model include: Video Recording capabilities, new and innovative battery technology, a 32GB model, faster Internet speeds, and of course, the new iPhone OS.

Source:→ Edible Apple

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