Apple is making the headlines once again, this time, the tech giant is reported to create the highly anticipated 3D Dual-Lens Camera Hardware.
According to the Korea Economic Daily, LG Innotek and Apple are collectively working on a camera module that ultimately helps to fulfill this project.
Sources also added that preparation is going on to add this 3D Dual-Lens Camera Hardware to the upcoming iPhone 8 next year.
It was also revealed that both the tech giants have their own technology regarding the 3D camera, so efforts are seriously applying from both sides, especially from Apple, to create a path to apply the technology to the camera of the LG Innotek.
It is expected that if the efforts become successful, then a new dimension will discover in the arena of technology.
Sources of the Korea Economic Daily also have revealed that in April 2015, tech giant Apple invested $20 million to buy Linx, an Israeli company which specializes in 3D technology.
Despite being a start-up company in 2011, Linx had the technology to create 3D photos by perfectly dividing the acquired digital images. The division is actually made in three proper stages.
'MacRumors' has reported that Apple has prepared a team that is working on this project. It is a known fact that Apple has the patent to some unique techniques to analyze the high-end images, like recognition of an object.
But the fact is that this patented technology is mainly based on software, and now Apple is trying to have the best 3D Dual-Lens Camera Hardware technology with 3D camera photography.
Sources and rumors have already disclosed that Apple is aiming to have this 3D Dual-Lens Camera Hardware technology to use it in celebration of iPhone's 10th anniversary..