iPhone 15 – iPhone 15 series will come with an image sensor with unprecedented features and Tim Cook reveals very important details

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Apple hasn’t been very vocal about most of the hardware it uses for iPhones, but now, CEO Tim Cook has confirmed to Apple that they’ve been using Sony camera lenses for their iPhones for over a decade now.

Apple has never confirmed any details about its iPhone camera sensors except for resolution and other general information, but this disclosure puts a lot of rumors to rest.

And the Apple CEO took to Twitter to reveal a decade-long partnership with Sony. He wrote in a tweet, “We have partnered with Sony for over a decade to create the world’s leading camera sensors for iPhones. Thanks to Ken and everyone on the team for keeping me updated on the state of the art facilities in Kumamoto today.”

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Tim Cook’s visit to a Sony factory

He also posted a photo of himself with Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida on a tour of the Kumamoto facility. There have been many rumors regarding iPhones with Sony camera sensors, and this announcement confirms those rumors.

Moreover, according to a recent report from Nikkei Asia, the iPhone 15 series can boast Sony’s latest image sensor that is said to be able to capture a person’s face clearly, even under bright backlight.

Reportedly, Sony has embedded twice the level of signal saturation into each pixel compared to conventional sensors. And these rumors will only be confirmed once the iPhone 15 series arrives next year.

iPhone 15 - iPhone 15 series will come with an image sensor with unprecedented features and Tim Cook reveals very important details

And in related news from the iPhone 15 series, the high-end model in the lineup could come with a periscope lens. And it should help users to take photos with better blurred background and clearer foreground. It also helps the user to zoom in farther without compromising on quality, compared to a telephoto lens.

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