] Apple's iPhone XS Max, iPhone and iPhone XR heirs will miss the basic (and necessary) camera upgrade ] How Poor the Models Look 2019 ]
The Telegraph revealed that Apple has downloaded the latest camera technology from its upcoming line of iPhone 11 and the company has nothing to replace it. With Apple () controversial ) redesigning the iPhone 11 around massive camera upgrade the news is a shock.
This is also a devastating blow to Apple's Quantum Dot partner, UK-based Nanoco, after revealing the loss and subsequently cutting its value from £ 93M to just £ 24M. BlueFin Research has also tracked this, with sources confirming that Apple has finished developing Quantum Dot image sensors due to cost. Researchers have said Apple has focused on 3D laser mapping but technology will not be ready by 2020 at the earliest.
The news is a blow because not only the cancellation so late, but the QD sensors can be tuned to very specific light spectra, enabling the iPhones 2019 to deliver a true differentiator to today's leading competitors in the class. And with the iPhone cameras which even lagged behind budget phones recently a serious upgrading took place.
New iPhone XR2 camera design (right) to iPhone 11 (center) and iPhone 11 Max (left), but they will omit mass upgrades based on extensive leaks
All this means Apple's 2019 iPhone seems even more unconvincing than they have already done . The good news is, however, that the Apple 2020 models are potential players who combine 5G with smart new sizes and this superiority was clear before their 2019 final diving models. So, if you ever had a year to keep your iPhone upgraded, that's it. Twitter Facebook
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