Apple may launch an iPhone with a 48-megapixel camera and an AR speaker next year

New leaks have revealed that Apple may unveil an iPhone with a 48-megapixel camera sensor and also an augmented reality headset next year, according to claims by famous technology analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

He predicts that due to Largan Precision receiving orders for iPhone 13 lens components, Sunny Optical will not have its expected 10% influence with Apple and will lose to Largan Precision in price competition, which will drop its orders to Apple at 3%. Lens price competition, prices are expected to take a stable course from Q2 2021.

According to Kuo, "Largan and Yujingguang are currently collaborating with Apple to develop the 2Q22 AR / MR HMD lenses and the new 2H22 lenses for the 48MP iPhone."

Kuo had previously claimed that the AR / VR headphone prototypes currently weigh somewhere between 200 and 300 grams, and he had said that they would come equipped with Sony's small OLED screens and would be self-powered, with their own storage space.

Apple is expected to announce its next release of iPhones at an event in September, and the new series will most likely be named iPhone 13, the new series will not feature a 3nm A15 processor, according to a previous report based on chipmaker TSMC's revealing where it was said It won't go into the production of 3nm chipsets before the second half of 2022, eliminating rumors that it has accelerated the chipset production schedule.

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