Apple may launch triple rear camera iPhone in 2019

Apple to use triple camera setup with its third-gen iPhones

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A new report has surfaced that says upcoming iPhone X Plus will measure 6.5-inches though will size up to iPhone 8 Plus which was launched previous year. According to new report from a well known analyst, at least one of the iPhones to feature Triple-Lens Rear camera.

This means that a triple lens rear camera would likely be reserved for the highest-end models such as a third-generation iPhone X or iPhone X Plus - both that are presumed to be launching in September 2019.

However, another report by the Economic Daily News has claimed that the upcoming iPhone model with triple rear cameras will boast a 6P lens design with up to 5X optical zoom.

Previously, Chinese smartphone manufacturer had introduced the three camera setup on its flagship P20 Pro.

Apple to use triple camera setup with its third-gen iPhones

Now iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone 7 Plus have dual camera setup, which is used mostly for Bokay effects.

If some users was not enough for two cameras on the phone, Apple made a decision to hear their requests, because in the second half of 2019 is preparing to introduce iPhone with a triple main camera. Apple is also expected to unveil three new iPhones in 2018 as well. In addition to this, the third lens might support 3x optical zoom. This would be the first time Apple will launch an iPhone with three cameras on the back.

If the reports are accurate, it will be the first time an iPhone will sport a triple-lens camera. Although the Face ID has connections with the sensors that are seen on the forward-facing TrueDepth Camera, yet there does exist some links in between a back camera breakdown in the iPhone X and the breakdown of the Face ID to function properly. Information regarding this year's iPhone models is scarce. However, with the iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X camera, the company has given the software tweaks to get many portrait effects.

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