A few hours after the rumors about the possible new design of the iPhone 15, a new Nikkei report focuses on the innovations in the photographic sector which could show off the new lineup of smartphones made in Apple.
In the article of the popular Asian magazine we read that the Apple’s iPhone 15 camera will have a ‘cutting-edge image sensor’, which will double the saturation signal level, which will result in more light input. All of this will result in minimizing overexposure and underexposure under specific lighting conditions.
For end users, the iPhone 15 will allow for “to clearly photograph a person’s face even if the subject is backlit”. THE improvements, however, will also include photos taken at nightwhich will be of higher quality and capturing more light will give users sharper shots.
Some rumors leaked in recent days have also revealed that the iPhone 15 Pro will cost more than the iPhone 14 Pro, but not due to Apple but to TSMC and the costs of internal components. However, the reports that have emerged on the net also speak of the use by Apple of a titanium body and of the USB-C input, as required by the European Union legislation on the single charger.