Apple is anticipated to release an iPhone with a triple-camera set on the back, and a fresh rumor indicates that the company’s next iPads may also have various back camera systems. Mac Otakara claims (via AppleInsider) that the next iPad Pro may come with a triple camera set, while the standard iPad of 10.2 inches may come with a dual camera scheme.
Apple updated its iPad Mini and iPad Air previously this year and is anticipated to release some extra updates later this year for the iPad and iPad Pro that could include the latest camera systems. Mac Otakara quotes Apple suppliers ‘ accessory diagrams, pointing to the iPad Pro becoming a larger camera range. It is rumored that the upcoming iPhone 11 will get a comparable scheme. It also states that the iPad 6th generation may have the same dual-camera configuration as the iPhone 11 LCD model. The website suggests the models could be launched in October.
Apple previously aimed to put the new 3-D camera system on the back of the high-end iPhones this year, but delayed that, the familiar people also said. Still, the technology giant based in California’s Cupertino is doubling its handsets ‘ camera capacities.
The latest iPad Pro features a single 12-megapixel sensor camera, the latest iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad features 8 megapixel devices. Apple’s AR aspirations could include the multi-camera system. Bloomberg revealed earlier this year that the triple-camera array in the upcoming iPhones would be used for Augmented Reality applications, and that the iPad Pro might have the same scheme as well.