THE IPHONE'S NEWEST FEATURE?

NEXT IPHONE TO FEATURE DUAL LENS CAMERA?

While it seems unlikely that it will be ready in time for the iPhone6S (if that’s the name they’re going with) which is due to hit stores before 2015 is out, it does look like Apple is gearing up to have the iPhone 7 come complete with Dual-Lens Cameras.

So what does that mean for us, the mere iPhone consumer? Will it be a life-changing monumental improvement on the iPhone cameras as they are? Well, while the 8-megapixel cameras on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are all kinds of great, they do still feature the same problem that plagues pretty much every camera-phone out there at the moment, zooming. When you want to zoom in on an image before taking it, the camera isn’t actually zooming in, it’s merely closing in on a selected area of the image. With a dual-lens – not to be confused with double-camera phones, that have one lens at the front and back of the phone – blurry photos will be a thing of the past. This new dual lens will enable the camera to zoom properly while keeping your pictures crystal clear.

Just think of the possibilities, now you can take totally clear pictures at concerts and make everyone think you were rocking out front row, instead of squinting to see your star of choice from the nosebleed section – That’s a win in our book.

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