Rumors of Apple’s plans to use a new periscope camera for future iPhones have been circulating for several years now, and it is now suggested that the company will announce something next year.
If Apple is really going to sell an iPhone with a new Periscope lens-powered camera, the company has already found a supplier.
According to a new report by ElekApple has tapped South Korean firm Jahwa Electronics to become the supplier of new parts needed for the camera.
The deal is reportedly worth about $ 155 million. The deal sees Jahwa Electronics build a new production line for Apple’s new optical image stabilization actuators.
As MacRumors Point out, these actuators may be using a periscope camera array.
The OIS actuator, which combines OIS and autofocus functions, could probably be for telephoto cameras in 2023 iPhones. Elek previously connected the components to a periscope camera system, which allows for optical zoom enhancement.
Rumors initially suggested that Apple might bring a periscope lens to iPhone 14 Pro devices this year, but now it appears that 2023 will be the year we see improved zoom capabilities. A periscope lens will allow for much better optical zoom levels, which Samsung has already done with its own flagship devices.
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