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Next-gen iPhone could rival DSLR
A recent patent application by Apple shed some light into what the next generation of iPhones
might be capable of in terms of mobile photography -- DSLR-quality photos right in your
Their patent application basically detailed the company's plans to make a "small form factor
telephoto camera" which allows for higher magnification without quality loss. The current camera
in iPhones which makes use of digital zoom results in quality deterioration as opposed to actual
optical magnification used by DSLR's telephoto lens. Basically, a telephoto lens would mean a
Filed in 2013, their patent application seems to be a real useful one when implemented and can
once again give them an edge to lead the smartphone market in the area of mobile photography.
It mostly contains technical details of lens dimensions, materials and various magnifications. It
also included a provision that could let the telephoto lens be used with the present iPhone
cameras, basically making it akin to an internal storage that you can expand or upgrade later.
Esset Koyal Group Capital Management determined that the possible high-resolution telephoto
camera detailed in the patent could also be integrated into tablets and notebooks.
Compared to dedicated cameras like DSLRs, mobile photography tech has always been limited to
lower photo quality and lower resolutions precisely because the camera just serves as an
accessory to the phone.
"The advent of small, mobile multi-purpose devices such as smartphones and tablets or pad
devices has resulted in a need for high-res, small form factor cameras for integration in the
devices," read Apple's patent application.
Apple has yet to confirm or deny the reports but either way, it's still possible that this feature might
not be used after all. It all depends on the production cost and the physical capabilities of the
future phone models. But if they did manage to pull off this built-in telephoto lens for the iPhone,
there won't be any need to carry around another camera.