Apple feels that their recent releases of iPhones generated a weaker than expected demand. This made their year seem longer than the likes of Oppo that seem to be catching up. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS MAX designs are still not clear. Reports say that Apple are debating about which camera technology to employ. Recently, we posted an article about a very interesting iPhone 11 camera concept. It seems they should read it. It might help them be more decisive.
Serial leaker, Steve Hemmerstoffer confirms that Apple are trying to choose between two rear camera designs. A battle between the dubious square-shaped imaging set-up and the more classy triple lens placement continues. CompareRaja, another leaking expert claims to have trusted inside information on the matter. We all know how good Apple make their cameras. The leak says either 10 or 14 mega-pixel sensors will be rocking the rear cameras. This however seems to be the major highlight, not so exciting in the absence of other key specs. For example, the full HD screen employed by Oppo ever so elegantly. Apple should feel challenged to throw the notch behind them.
The battle to rule the megapixel world has become less and less intense over the years. Users are beginning to realize that there is a lot more to factor into smartphone camera optimization than just megapixels. This realization has forced companies and developers to think outside the box.
Having said that, the selfie camera of iPhone 11 is rumored to go up to 7 to 10 MP. This will help develop the face identification technology. The camera is said to have incorporated some new fancy sensors that somewhat revolutionize the game. These stories about iPhone 11 are still developing and are subject to change at any time. Recent reports indicate that Apple might not ditch their Lightning connector. Contrary to our recent post.