The new flagship from Apple – iPhone 14/iPhone 14 Pro – was released not so long ago. But insiders and analysts are finding more and more information about the next models of smartphones from Cupertino.
As reported by Nikkei, the iPhone 15 will have the latest cameras from Sony, which is described as a “work of art”. Such sensors will be able to receive twice as much saturation for each pixel, which will allow to collect more light and better cope with different lighting conditions.
According to Nikkei, these sensors will allow, for example, to shoot a person’s face with strong backlighting. To do this, Sony uses a semiconductor architecture that places photodiodes and transistors in separate layers, allowing more photodiodes to be used. Most likely, such a sensor will take the place of the main (wide-angle) one.
But at the moment there is no exact information whether all models will be equipped with such cameras, or whether it will be limited to the iPhone 15 Pro, which should get its exclusives without it — USB-C, the new A17 chip, more RAM, etc.
Apple is also working on a new periscope lens that will improve optical zoom capabilities in the iPhone 15 Pro. With it, the smartphone will be able to offer a 10-fold optical zoom, which will allow it to better compete with some Android smartphones, which have had such an option for more than a year.