iPhone cameras are some of the best out there, but we always expect them to keep moving. However, a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that Apple will take the time to add better camera hardware to their phones.
Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will have three companies as main suppliers for Apple’s upcoming line of iPhone products. These companies are Largan, Genius Electronic Optical (GSEO), and Sunny Optical. He also managed to study the three companies’ technologies and production lines, leading him to believe that the iPhone 13 or 2022 model camera hardware will not see significant improvements.
Of course, this doesn’t mean Apple won’t find a way to improve the picture and video quality of its upcoming iPhone devices. In other words, Cupertino can focus on software development to enhance and enhance the already excellent results of its camera lenses.
“GSEO is facing Largan price competition. Unless the structural challenges of the lens industry are significantly improved or GSEO cannot significantly reduce reliance on Apple’s orders, GSEO’s EPS (earnings per share) cannot grow between 2021 and 2022. “
Kuo also believes Largan will be responsible for fifteen to twenty-five percent of high-end lens orders in the first half of 2021, which would take some of GSEO’s orders. Sunny Optical was recently added to its delivery line by Apple. If everything goes according to plan, the company can begin smoothly shipping lenses in 2021 and increase production by at least fifty percent by 2022.
Anyway, we could finally see Apple trying to improve its camera hardware in 2023. Other iPhone enhancements shouldn’t take that long to arrive. It seems that Apple is finally ready to give us LTPO displays with 120Hz refresh rates, at least on the Pro models.
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