Apple is yet not ready to discuss the upcoming iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus officially , but that there are enough developments making it up for an expected launch. Recently the next generation iPhone 7 has been discussed a number of times with the features that Apple has reportedly planning to introduces.
In one of such reports, trying out to unveil secrets of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, it was suggested that there would be a dual-lens camera on the larger iPhone 7 Plus. A fresh development in this regard was witnessed as some of the noted camera lens makers sent their samples of dual-lens camera to Apple.
The camera lens makers including the Taiwanese Largan Technology and others from Japan and China reportedly sent out dual-camera samples for a possible consideration for the iPhone 7 Plus. It was reported in DigiTimes citing a source from Apple upstream supply chain giving an insight into the upcoming iPhone.
According to details the Taiwan based Largan Technology is already supplying most of the cameras to Apple for its iPhones. However, market analysts mostly believe that Apple is also considering other makers, including Chinese and Japanese makers, for the iPhone 7 Plus’s dual-camera.
The DigiTimes is a Taiwan based website which has also reported certain developments about Apple’s plans. Considering the older reports and the currently quoted upstream supply chain sources, the DigiTimes report seems quite reliable. Besides the fresh report there has also been some other analysis discussing the similar iPhone 7 features.
The dual-camera iPhone 7 Plus was recently discussed by the KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. According to Ming’s analysis the next generation iPhone 7 Plus will be a 5.5-inch powerful device in two different versions. One version of the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus is expected with single iSight rear-facing camera while the second one will feature a dual-camera equipped with LinX imaging technology.