iPhone 15 Pro Max Will Feature Periscope Lens – Reports

As per reports, the iPhone 15 Pro Max will get the periscope camera lens. Hence, it will be the only smartphone in 2023 to have this feature. Furthermore, the company used the enhanced optical zoom to get this milestone. The news shows that this hardware will be available for both Pro models.

As per The Elec, the company wants to use the Folded Zoom periscope lens. This will be an excellent addition to the branded smartphone. Also, plans to use this lens system in the next iPhone models. And these new phones will come in 2024.


What Will Periscope Lens Do in iPhone 15 Pro Max?

The lens system increases the image and video quality of the smartphone. It works when light enters the telephoto lens. A mirror then reflects the light. The mirror throws the light toward the image sensor of the camera.

When light travels, a longer folded telephoto setup forms in the phone. Thus, it will enable users to zoom in without blurriness.

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The report declares that the company is asking for new suppliers. The suppliers will help with OIS actuators for use in the periscope lens. is thinking of making deals with Korean companies. LG Innotek and Jahwa Electronics will supply the actuators.

As of now, has its telephoto modules used in iPhones. Moreover, Galaxy S22 Ultra already uses a 10x zoom periscope telephoto camera. This news will surely disturb other smartphone makers in the world.

Furthermore, has kept the camera features similar to both iPhone Pro models since iPhone 12 series. However, the company is planning to increase differences in its future model. Furthermore, we can expect that Apple will rename iPhone 15 Pro as iPhone 15 Ultra.

is planning to release further details in September. Moreover, the company wants to shift to USB-C in the next iPhone series.

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