Some good news for Apple users this year, they will be experiencing next-generation 3D Camera with new iPhone 8. The production of the redesigned iPhone with the 3D camera is “expected to begin in September,” according to Kuo.
According to Kuo:
“After 1-2 years spent on related-component R&D, OLED iPhone to feature proprietary 3D camera system; three modules of 3D camera system to be calibrated precisely via active alignment. In keeping with Apple’s stringent quality standards, we believe: (1) related optical components, including VCSEL, DOE, wafer-level lens and filter for IR transmitting module, and CIS, filter and lens of IR receiver module have all been custom-designed in collaboration with suppliers; and (2) calibration of front camera, IR transmitting and IR receiving modules via active alignment is required in order to allow the 3D camera system to operate precisely.”
So basically it will be complicated camera module.
Some other rumors we’ve been hearing about the “iPhone 8,” a redesigned model expected to launch this fall:
- Apple could sell a model with a 5.8-inch wraparound screen, with no borders or bezels, using OLED display technology, which enables darker blacks and better power consumption.
- The construction of the iPhone 8 could be glass and stainless steel.
- The home button could be integrated with the screen.
- It could include wireless charging, allowing it to power up without plugging in a cable.
- It won’t have a headphone jack.
- It could cost more than $1,000.