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iPhone 15 may feature Sony's groundbreaking new sensor

Updated: Dec 21, 2022


According to a recent article from Nikkei Asia (via 9to5Mac), Sony has created a new camera sensor that doubles the saturation signal level. This indicates that it will be capable of gathering twice as much light as present sensors. Theoretically, this should be great at lowering noise and enhancing dynamic range.


According to the report, this will also aid in preventing both overexposure (extremely bright images with details lost in the brightest part) and underexposure (extremely dark images with details lost in the darkest areas), allowing the iPhone 15 camera to produce sharp images in challenging situations like when a subject is in front of a strong backlight.




In place of having photodiodes and pixel transistors on the same substrate, the sensor will make use of a revolutionary semiconductor architecture that separates them onto various layers. This sensor technology is being developed by Sony for other smartphone makers as well as Apple.


In conclusion, the new sensor technology might give the iPhone 15 an advantage over the top camera phones right now. A periscope zoom device for improved optical zooming is also very likely to be included in the most expensive variant, which is most likely to be called the iPhone 15 Ultra rather than the iPhone 15 Pro Max.


Cosmetic upgrades are also anticipated for the iPhone 15 itself. According to reports, the new models—or at least the most expensive ones—might come with solid-state buttons, curved edges, and more expensive titanium material.



The inclusion of a new 3nm chip in the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Ultra is all but guaranteed. Additionally, there will be a clear distinction between the two top models, unlike in previous years.


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