A new feature that is rumored to include the iPhone 7 is on your camera. The next iPhone, all rumored to have a dual camera that will allow, among other things, take pictures with higher quality. But to what extent would improve the images? As an opponent of LinX, a company that Apple acquired, has demonstrated the benefits it could offer a dual-camera and recorded on a video  shared by CNET.

The first thing we notice is that the image taken with the dual camera provides images of a much higher quality when we zoom. The company that makes the show is called Corephotonics and says he has been working on such a system since 2014, but the assembly had not yet been able to meet the necessary demand so far. This information we also can serve as a reference and make us think that indeed, Apple also arrive in time to include a dual camera on the iPhone 7

Corephotonics information stating that your system will be ready for mass production this year confirms what we said CFO of Sony, who claimed that 2016 will be the year in which the camera with two lenses begin to appear. At this point it is also important to remember that lenses using the iPhone are Sony. I would say that the issue seems clear.

The possibility of increasing the images with less noise is not the only advantage that would offer a dual-camera on the iPhone 7. Also it improves the Achilles heel of the mobile cameras: Pictures taken in low light conditions. In low light, the images would also be less noise.

But there is also something that nobody is talking about, is that with two lenses can also be taken simulating 3D images. And at the hearing (and heard) in order to assess the depth we need a second eye. With two lenses, as demonstrated HTC (among others), users could move the image and see objects change their perspective slightly. In addition, it could also change the focus after shooting.

In any case, although it appears that the iPhone 7 will come with dual camera, everything discussed here will be ineffective if we do not see in the iPhone to be presented in September 2016.(Source: CNET)

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