Every new day starts with a new buzz about the upcoming Apple iPhone 2019. Yesterday, we explained the full design of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone XR 2 with the help of YouTuber Marques Brownlee. And today, the news roaming everywhere about missing of new ToF 3D laser mapping technology on iPhone 11.
Yes, you heard it right! According to the Taiwanese website, DigiTimes Apple has finally taken the step to for its new ToF 3D camera technology as they decided to save it for the upcoming iPhone 2021 model. The ToF 3D camera technology is one of the tremendous game-changing technologies as it has a power to 3D map anything up to 5 metres (16 feet) away.
Talking about current 3D mapping technology in Face ID range of iPhone models, The Apple partner Sony explained that Apple’s current devices have the capacity to works up to 50 centimetres (19-inches) away. The ToF 3D camera technology would have taken the charm of the iPhone 11 as it could be used to open the door to near-instant camera focus (even in low light), advanced AR and VR environments and even advanced gesture tracking where a user’s hands can manipulate a gaming environment, fight and cast spells.
The head of Sony’s sensor division, Satoshi Yoshihara said that “Cameras revolutionized phones and, based on what I’ve seen, I have the same expectation for 3D [cameras],”
This isn’t about the ToF 3D camera technology. There are many other features Apple has passed as Sony confirmed that there isn’t any production issue. It also reported that Apple is planning to release iPhone SE 2 next year as well as the new iPhone 2021 without a notch. We may also see the first iPhone 5G variant next year. Maybe Apple is more focusing on its next iPhone 2021 model next year instead of iPhone 2019 model.
So yes, Apple iPhone 2021 will be the biggest upgrade for all Apple fans. But we need to wait a year to see the magical 2021 iPhone model. Meanwhile, let’s wait for the iPhone 11 this year this and stay tuned for more news and update about upcoming iPhone 2019 and iPhone 2021.