HE iphone ultra will be able to rely on a 3D camera that can capture “images of space”This information, which produces immersive content for the Apple Vision Pro, comes from a new rumor about the supposedly more powerful version of the iPhone announced on Monday (4).
According to the report, details about the feature were posted on Weibo by a leaker with a reliable track record. MacRumors. report in the future Ultra version of iPhone will bring photo sensors similar to mixed reality glasses.
According to Apple, the lens in the earpiece takes the user “back to a moment in time” by capturing spatial photos and videos with enhanced depth and detail. The manufacturer will have to adapt to add this feature to the smartphone.
One of the challenges of bringing the 3D camera to the iPhone Ultra is that the distance between the lenses requires changes in the device’s design. The LiDAR scanner in Pro models has some mapping capabilities. Additional sensor may be required for spatial computing support.
When will the Ultra version of the iPhone be released?
Various speculations have emerged about the new version of the iPhone in recent weeks. Majin Bu, who leaked in one of these, brings up the issue. iPhone 15 Ultra likely to launch next weekIt will have 8GB of RAM and up to 2TB of storage, among other improvements.
for the analyst BloombergMark Gurman, Apple will release this new version only in 2024There are also questions about how the device will be included in the series, whether as a replacement for the Pro Max variant or as a fifth option.
The Vision Pro headset, on the other hand, was announced in June, but will be available in stores in early 2024 for a starting price of US$3,499k (equivalent to R$16,887 at current price). The launch will take place first in the United States, while other markets will receive the gadget by the end of the year.
Source: Tec Mundo
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