There are many rumors circulating in the Web world about the next iterations of the iPhone and the most recent one ends up surprising photography fans.
Apparently, only the iPhone 15 Ultra and 16 Ultra will be equipped with the periscope sensor, an attribute long awaited by iOS users.
Periscope sensor will be exclusive to the iPhone 15 Ultra and 16 Ultra
The periscope sensor can only be integrated in the Ultra models of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 16 [email protected]
Apple has always fueled the rumors circulating in the web world, especially when it comes to iPhone iterations. And the latest rumors are surprising all photography fans.
It seems that only the iPhone 15 Ultra and 16 Ultra will hit the market equipped with a periscope sensor. The information arrives through the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who guarantees that this attribute will be exclusive to this model in the two generations mentioned.
It was already expected that the iPhone 15 Ultra would be the only one to integrate the much-desired sensor, but most users also expected that the iPhone 16 series would have more models with a sensor that provides a more powerful optical zoom. At least that the iPhone 16 Pro also exhibited this attribute.
iOS users who are passionate about photography have long wanted Apple to integrate this specification into their smartphone series. All because the periscope sensor allows you to adjust a longer zoom in a smaller space, providing a much larger zoom without digital clipping.
On the other hand, this is a feature that is currently quite common in the Android universe, especially in premium segment smartphones. Apple’s main Asian rivals, such as Samsung and Xiaomi, have already equipped their tops with periscope sensors that provide 10x and 3.2x optical zoom, respectively.
Samsung will not supply periscope sensors to Apple
Ming-Chi Kuo goes even further in the information and claims that Apple wants to use alternative suppliers for its periscope sensor. Quite possibly, the Cupertino company will opt for Largan and Genius, instead of establishing an agreement with Samsung for the supply of this component.
Unfortunately, the well-known analyst does not explain why Apple chose this exclusivity strategy for the two generations of the iPhone. But over the next few months we will be able to see the reason for such a choice in the Web world.
According to previous rumors, this will not be the only exclusive feature of the iPhone 15 Ultra. Some sources have advanced as this model will also be entitled to a USB Type-C input with faster transfer speeds than the other models in the series.
Moreover, it is also expected that only the iPhone 15 Ultra and 15 Pro will hit the market equipped with the new A17 Bionic processor, which will already be based on TSMC’s new 3nm process.
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