According to DigiTimes sources, Largan Technology and other camera lens makers in Japan and China have sent dual-lens camera samples to Apple for testing. We have heard multiple times over the past few months that Apple plans on including dual-lens camera setup on at least one variant of the iPhone 7.
A report from Bloomberg claims that Apple is working with its partners in the United States and Asia to develop a long range wireless charging technology that it could use on the iPhone in 2017. Sources of the website claim that Apple is working on a wireless charging technology that would make it possible to charge an iPhone or iPad even when it is placed further away from the wireless charging dock.
Analyst claims Apple may launch two variants of iPhone 7 Plus; top-end model to come with dual lens camera
Apple’s next-generation iPhone 7 Plus is expected to be a huge improvement over its predecessors in many ways — one of which could be its camera quality. According to the latest information from the reliable KGI Securities, the device will have dual rear-facing cameras with optical zoom.
Up until now, reports have claimed that the 4-inch ‘iPhone 5se’ from Apple will come with an A8 chip and M8 co-processor. However, as per the latest information received by 9to5Mac, Apple now plans on using the A9 chipset and M9 motion co-processor inside its new 4-inch iPhone.
Japan Display today announced that it will start the mass production of OLED displays within the next two years. Japan Display, also popularly known as JDI, is a joint venture between Sony, Toshiba and Hitachi that currently supplies LCD display panels to a wide range of smartphone makers currently.
Chinese website, M.I.C Gadget, has published a video of what it claims is the 4-inch iPhone, which Apple is rumored to release in mid-2016.
The Chinese website claims it is the first demo unit straight from Foxconn, Apple’s biggest manufacturing partner in China.
Citing local media reports, Focus Taiwan claims that Apple is planning to invest in display supplier AU Optronics to allow it to supply AMOLED panels for future iPhones.
Apple’s new 4-inch iPhone will be called “Phone 5e,” and it will deliver Apple Pay and new internals, according to a sketchy report out of China. The device is expected to look almost identical to the existing iPhone 5s, while its new name will stand for “enhancement.”