Apple's new 2019 iPhones are expected to get a major camera upgrade. Here's everything we know so far.
- Apple's next iPhones are expected to get a triple-lens camera, an upgrade from the current dual-camera setup on the iPhone XS and XS Max.
- The front-facing camera will also reportedly get a boost when it comes to image quality and Face ID.
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TOP VIDEOS FOR YOUApple's trio of new smartphones are also rumored to feature reverse wireless charging for the first time and will likely run on new and improved Apple processors that offer better performance. But the changes to the camera are expected to be among the most significant highlights.
AdvertisementFrom a new triple-lens camera system to improved Face ID, here's what we're expecting to see.
A triple-lens camera
An ultra-wide camera lens
A new look for the camera sensor
A less noticeable camera bump
An improved selfie camera
Better Face ID
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