iPhone 15 Series Will Come With Sony’s Advanced Image Sensor: Report
The iPhone 15 series is expected to launch next year, however, rumors have started to spread about its various specifications. A new report has emerged claiming that Sony will supply Apple with advanced image sensors for its next iPhone model. The sensor in question has not yet been put into production by Sony. It is reported that it will be produced at the Sony Nagasaki factory. The company has reportedly invested heavily in photo sensors with hopes of capturing nearly 60 percent of the metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) sensor market by 2025.
according to a reports by Nikkei Asia, Apple’s next iPhone series may feature Sony’s improved image sensor. This new image sensor is said to have twice the saturation signal level for each pixel than conventional sensors. It is thought to be able to capture more light and reduce overexposure or underexposure. These features are said to allow the image sensor to capture a person’s face clearly even in bright backlight conditions.
Sony is reported to control about 44 percent of the CMOS image sensor market by 2021, with Samsung coming in second with 18.5 percent. The company announced its plans to spend JYP 900 billion (about Rs. 53,000 crore) on image sensors by 2023. It hopes to gain about 60 percent of the CMOS image sensor market by 2025.
A recent report suggested that the iPhone 15 Pro series may have an 8P lens, which would be an upgrade from the 7P lens featured on the iPhone 14 Pro models. Additionally, the iPhone 15 Pro Max – which is expected to debut as the iPhone 15 Ultra – is said to get a periscope camera with 10x optical zoom.
In related news, the iPhone 15 Pro may sport a titanium frame and rounded edges. The handset may also feature solid-state buttons and three Taptic motors.
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