Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPhone 7 Project Unveiled


Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is making quick strides towards completing a potent dual-camera design, if the reports emanating from Taiwan’s Business Weekly are to be believed. However, the report revealed that component supply issues have become a nagging problem for Apple and are coming in the way of Apple’s dual-camera realization.

At the same Apple is making headway in dealing with technical issues as it bought LinX.

Taiwan’s Business Weekly has claimed that Apple has devoted its significant to building the next iPhone camera, i.e. iPhone7. Apple’s iPhone 7 with a new design and stunning features is expected to enter the global market in 2016.

Since the introduction of the iPhone 6, Apple has been consistently filing patents specifying the advanced technologies of its upcoming iPhone7.

The Cupertino giant has been innovative through its computers, mobiles, and watches. Through consistent advertising campaigns, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has made a telling impact on the buyer’s preferences. It has outrivaled mobile majors when it matter core camera specifications.

Apple has been following the practice of naming the “S” formula to signify years where the iPhone does not undergo a major redesign since the invention of the iPhone 3GS in 2009.

2014 will signify an “S” iPhone upgrade year that will be laced with enthralling features such as an elevated camera and an improved processor. Since the introduction of iPhone, Apple has brought out novel designs in 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014.

Apple has been trying out dual-camera technology for the past three years. No doubt, a dual-lens camera will be an exciting model to be taken up by Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). Already this pattern can be seen in phones belonging to Huawei and HTC, with distinct levels of success. Much to the comfort of the impending generation, iPhone7 is anticipated to include an enhancement in sensor resolution.

Currently, a large number of digital cameras are mere digital versions of the old firm camera idea while iPhone’s muti-sensor, the multi-lens dual camera gives a totally different way of viewing. As regards consumer-level photography, it has the makings of rewriting the rule book.

There is a likelihood of major flagship smartphones taking a cue from Apple’s dual-camera technology model. With its ability to bringing greater clarity in sharpness and faded light performance, it will assure brighter prospects for mobile photography.