Apple to Install 3D Sensing Rear Camera on 2019 iPhone: Report

At WWDC 2018 Apple stuck with the software related updates. There are no hardware announcements. Moving eyes on the iOS 12 which features better enhancements and other new features including the ‘Memoji’. With the Memoji the company has proved that it is focusing on the Augmented Reality rather than Virtual Reality which indeed can help to make future better and easy to understand all the things.

While the upcoming iPhone is already rumored to launch with the triple lens camera setup, the fresh report suggests it might come with the 3D sensing camera module. According to the report of the South Korean news industry ETNews, Apple has done the talks with the local company JSCK to manufacture the 3D-sensing rear modules.

Right now, the report only claims that the company has signed a contract with the JSCK. It doesn’t suggest when it will be installed on the iPhone. If everything goes well, the company might launch the next 2019 iPhone with the 3D sensing rear modules which need to work in the same manner as the front camera does now on the iPhone X.

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The company JSCK is currently in making of the first 3D-sensing module for the Apple iPhones. If they’ll get everything perfect, the mass production will begin early in the second quarter of 2019. And there will be the incredible change in the future iPhones.

Further, we have already heard from the various sources that Apple is currently focusing on the upcoming three new iPhones — one 5.8-inch iPhone with OLED display, 6.1-inch iPhone with the LCD display, and 6.5-inch iPhone OLED display. Of course, you will see the upgraded internals in all of these upcoming iPhones. But, there will not be the major changes in design and in some specification’s department.