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The top-end iPhone for 2019 may have a triple-lens camera

Successor to the iPhone XS Max could introduce the three-lens camera module. While companies like Huawei and Samsung have already released phones with three cameras on the back, Apple’s most expensive iPhone relies on a double-lens camera for photos and videos. But according to sources familiar with Apple’s plans, the next generation of the highest-end iPhone, the successor to the iPhone XS Max, may have a triple-lens module. Above you can see a render of how the phone’s back may look like, courtesy by OnLeaks. If the information proves accurate, a third additional lens in the iPhone would lead to[…]

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New sensor tech could result in true bezel-less iPhones

AMS announces new proximity and RGB sensors. The Austrian company AMS, one of the suppliers for light sensors used in Face ID, has announced the development of a new sensor tech that requires no housing for those senors. This, in turn, may result in smartphones with bezel-less front sides, as the RGB light and IR Proximity sensors won’t require as big bezels as the current smartphones. From the press-release: Smartphone OEMs today are striving to maximize their products’ screen-to-body ratio, reducing the bezel area as much as possible on the display’s face,” said David Moon, Senior Marketing Manager at ams.[…]

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Apple and Foxconn to invest millions in India in order to boost iPhone sales

Cupertino tries to enter the Indian market in a more aggressive way. Apple first started to build and sell iPhones built in India in limited quantities with the iPhone SE and 6S line, but in 2019 the company will assemble far more devices in the country in attempts to enter more aggressively in this market, so far dominated by phones costing less than $250. According to a new report by Reuters, Apple’s main hardware partner, Foxconn, will invest $356 million in its Indian plant in order to expand its production capacity in 2019. High-end models in 2019 will be assembled[…]

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Apple with record revenues despite fewer iPhones sold

Shipments declined 1%, but the iPhone revenue increased 13%. Apple posted its financial report covering the Holiday quarter of 2017. The company has reported a 13% increase in the total revenues in comparison to the same quarter in 2016, which is a new record for Apple. The quarter revenues were $88.3 billion, and this is thanks to the international market. In China, for example, the revenues are up 11%, while the non-US sales accounted for 65% of the revenues. iPhone revenues also increased by 13% on a yearly basis, despite the fact that Apple sold fewer iPhones in the quarter.[…]

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