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Apple Insider 2019 claims that iPhones will contain a lot of major camera upgrades

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Apple Insider 2019 claims that iPhones

Apple Insider 2019 claims that iPhones will contain a lot of major camera upgrades

The iPhone 2019 began slowly to crystallize, according to another research note from Apple's reliable analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, that the next leading Apple phones will have 12-megapixel TrueDepth cameras
This is a remarkable upgrade from the 7-megapixel cameras that have appeared on iPhone XS, XS Max and XR.

In addition to the upgraded front camera, Kuo reiterates that the OLED iPhone 6.5 "(the successor to the iPhone XS Max) and the 5.8" OLED iPhone (back for XS) will provide three-lens rear cameras, while the 6.1 " (Behind the XR) on a dual-lens rear camera.

In addition to megapixel upgrades, Kuo also believes that a camera in the tri-camera system will be a wide camera, and that all the lenses on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max follow the "black lens coating techniques" to help it better integrate with the device.

Here's the related quote about cameras from the Kuo report, which was shared by MacRumors on Thursday morning:

We expect the camera upgrade to be one of the new major selling points for iPhone 2H19. 
Critical specifications upgrades are as follows. (1) The rear cameras are likely to be upgraded from a 6.5-inch OLED, 5.8-inch OLED and 6.1-inch LCD to a tri-camera and dual camera, respectively. 
A new ultra-wide camera will be supported by the triple camera system, which is provided with Sony's exclusive 12MP / 1um CIS. (2) The front camera of all three new iPhone models is likely to be upgraded to a 12MP CIS + 5P lens (compared to the current 7MP CIS + 4P lens).

At this point, it seems that analysts and fugitives have reached a consensus on the three-lens cameras coming to the most expensive iPhone models 2019.

 All that remains is the details, some of which are now emerging.

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