Apple Incorporated is to change the game as far as its camera features are concerned in its future iPhones.
Apple is looking for something different alright. The Cupertino-based company is going to start the evolution of its cameras in the next generation of iPhones it mass produces. It is ready to improvise its new iPhones the plans of which lie in the times that are yet to come.
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The year that will be 2015 might bring in its tow huge leaps and bounds in the camera components of Apple iPhones. The only clue we have from an organization that likes to keep mum about everything is that a two lens system that has DSLR quality images in its features is among the new gadgetry that will get inaugurated.
This rear camera with dual lens is rather similar to the HTC One M8 brand product. In the aforementioned contraption a run-of-the-mill sensor is admixed with an ultra-pixel sensor. An excess of light waves are let in through the aperture all the better to allow for better display criteria. The second lens lets more visual info be delivered to the original image thereby enhancing its overall level of focus and fidelity to reality.
Another example of a similar device that is being devised is from the electronic extravaganza that is Corephotonics. This gizmo allows two lens with different focal lengths to let distant objects come into clear view.
The requirement of zoom lens is thus done away with. The two images generated are placed in juxtaposition and superimposed by the camera. Thus extreme clarity and lucidity of vision is achieved. The pixels are of a high resolution indeed.
The lens takes black and white images and brings the wholeness of the image up by a few notches. It is a brand new world and frontier of freedom that is being faced by Apple. Whether Apple manages to fulfill its goal this time around is something which remains to be seen.
The experiment is still in its nascent stage. It needs to get off the ground and see a successful series of solid results as far as everyday practical life is concerned. The gadgets that will be affixed inside the smart phones will have to work in real life too where there are ten thousand obstacles.
And the thinness of the iPhones may make the intricate fitness of the lenses a problematic proposal. With each novel iPhone on the scene Apple has improved its camera basics. The list of features could go on and on. Seeing this one is forced to admit that there just might be some reality to the claim made by Apple Incorporated.