New iPhone 11 models will feature 12-megapixel front cameras
New iPhone 11 models will feature 12-megapixel front cameras, up from 7-megapixels on current iPhones Xs and iPhone XS Max.
iPhone 11 adds that the two new OLED models will feature 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays with triple-lens rear cameras, which includes: a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 12-megapixel super-wide-angle lens. The 6.1-inch LCD model will feature a dual-lens rear camera. Apple will also be using “black lens-coating technologies” to hide the lenses.
Prototypes told us that the company is preparing an iPhone with a triple camera. According to the latest data, the triple camera iPhone 11, will be located on a square platform protruding from the case.
If earlier Apple gave larger Plus models improved cameras, then in iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max they turned out to be completely identical. And although it is not known for sure which of the new smartphones will eventually have a triple camera, one of them will get it for sure. And the characteristics of the new optics are already known.