Apple To Partner With LG For iPhone 8 3D Camera

By Erika Ivene - 30 Nov '16 06:19AM

The year 2017 will mark Apple iPhone's 10th year anniversary. And it's only fitting that Apple, Inc. will create the anniversary iPhone to be the best among its predecessors. And one of the surprises that the iPhone 8 entails is a partnership between Apple and LG only to provide the best camera they could offer.

Rumor has it that the latest Apple iPhone to be launched has a lot of amazing features, better even when all the old iPhones combined. Aside from its wireless charging capability, bezel-less design and OLED display, what the iPhone fanatics have been anticipating for was its 3D camera.

According to credible sources, Apple got in touch with LG Innotek to come out with a camera that can manage 3D photography. These reports are most likely to turn out as truth since LG is currently working on a 3D dual rear camera module, which could be the exact piece Apple is aiming for iPhone 8, reports The Indian Express.

LG Innotek is one of the leading manufacturers of spotless camera modules in the world. And the future partnership with Apple is not a first since LG has already exclusively supplied the cameras for iPhone 7 units. Amazingly, there's a promise of an even better and clearer photo sessions with the upcoming iPhone 8.

Meanwhile, nothing is final yet as Apple, Inc. is currently testing iPhone prototypes for future iPhones to be launched possibly in the coming year, as per the Business Insider. As shared in the report, Apple is keen on the OLED display feature of the next gen iPhones, which puts pressure and challenge to screen manufacturers in the world like LG Display, Samsung, Japan Display, and Sharp.

The predictions that iPhone experts are sharing these days are yet to be confirmed when there are more finalized details for Apple's iPhones already. However, as of the time being, the only thing left to do is wait.

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