With the launch of iPhone X, Apple started the 'notch' trend that has become all rage among the Android community. Interestingly, the Cupertino-giant is now reportedly planning to borrow one feature seen on Huawei's latest flagship, the P20 Pro. According to Economic Daily, the company is working on an iPhone with three rear cameras.
The camera setup is said to include two 12MP sensors and a 6MP sensor with 5x zoom support. Details about the camera are scarce at the moment, and we are not sure what type of lens will be used in the camera setup. If Apple decides to follow Huawei's steps, we could expect an RGB lens, a Monochrome lens and a Telephoto lens.
Don't get too excited though, these iPhones are not said to arrive before 2019. The report further notes that with triple rear cameras, the 2019 iPhone models could end up looking like the Huawei P20 Pro.
Needless to say, Apple has not made any comments on this regard. So you better take the information with a pinch of salt or two.
A Bloomberg report has suggested that Apple is developing two new features for its future iPhones. The two new features are touchless gesture control and curved display. The report offered a detailed description on how these feature would work, but both features are currently in early stages of development.
The rumor mill is also quite active with the 2018 lineup of iPhones that will be launched in fall. Just like last year, three iPhone models are likely to arrive this year. However, all three iPhones could sport the edge-to-edge display with a notch at the top.
If we were to believe recent reports, one model will flaunt an OLED display, whereas the other two will come with LCD displays. The iPhones are also speculated to feature the 3D Face ID. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, however, holds a different opinion. According to him, there will be two OLED iPhones and a cheaper LCD model.
At the end of the day, these are all speculations with no solid backup. Since we are months away from September, more details will emerge in the days to come.