iPhone: Apple may launch the iPhone next year with a 48-megapixel camera and an AR headset

Apple could reveal one iPhone Armed with a 48-megapixel camera sensor and an AR headset next year, as claimed by a well-known technology analyst Ming Chi Kuo. He predicts that lens maker Sunny Optical will not have the expected 10% clout at Apple due to Largan Precision’s acceptance of orders for the iPhone 13 lens components and will lose out in price competition against Largan Precision, dropping its orders to Apple below 3 %. He said that despite lens price competition, prices are expected to continue on a stable path from the second quarter of 2021.
According to Kuo, suppliers “Largan and Yujingguang are currently working with Apple to develop 2Q22 AR / MR HMD lenses and 2H22 new iPhone 48MP high-end lenses.”
Kuo had previously claimed that the prototypes of Apple’s AR / VR headsets currently weigh between 200 and 300 g. He had said they would come equipped with SonyThe micro OLED displays are self-sufficient and have their own storage space.
The Cupertino-based tech giant recently announced the new and new iPad Pro powered by the M1 chip iMacs in different color options during the Spring Unloaded event. It also introduced the cheapest device to date, the AirTag, which can be used to find misplaced or lost things using a smartphone, even if it is an Android device.
Apple is slated to announce its next crop of iPhones at an event in September. Probably dubbed the iPhone 13, the new series would not have a 3nm A15 processor, according to an earlier report from the chipmaker TSMCIt is revealed where it says it won’t even start production of the 3nm chipsets until the second half of 2022, destroying rumors that it has accelerated the chipset’s production schedule. According to this roadmap, the iPhone 14 and not 13 may have the 3 nm chipset.

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