Are These The First Pictures Of The iPhone 7 Dual Camera Module?

Famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in January announced that a special version of the Apple iPhone 7 Plus will come with a dual camera module on the back. Ming-Chi Kuo is famous for his predictions and has rightly stated many of the times. He also said that both of the lenses of the possible iPhone 7 Dual Camera will weigh in at 12MP and will be the products of Sony.

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The further analysis also stated that one of the lenses will have a wide aperture than the other. Similarly, one of the camera modules will have OIS while the other will come along with 2-3X optical zoom. It is evident that the 7 could be the mystery device, because, about a year ago the company was granted permission to the patent with same nature.

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Just today, some pictures have surfaced from the Taiwanese source claiming the dual camera module of the alleged iPhone 7 Plus. The module comes with two camera lenses; one of them is slightly larger with presumed magnificent features than the other. Social Media is also bombarded with similar iPhone 7 Plus parts. However, it should be noted that they are not exactly same but identical on many fronts.

Dual Camera Module
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Like always we are recommending you to not at all believe at the story entirely. It must be noted that the leaked pictures do not contain any specific parts which are reserved to show that they belong to the iPhone 7 Plus. Meanwhile, you don’t stop assuming that the dual-lens setup won’t belong to the iPhone 7. The picture of the device will start unveiling around September.

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To those who don’t know, the dual camera module technology was acquired by Apple from Israel’s Linx, last year. The setup permits Smartphones to take pictures with the standard of an SLR camera. The two lenses merge together to provide a depth of field that can be used to produce 3D imaging.

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