Lots of rumors about iPhone 8 camera were now realized on iPhone X. No one knew the iPhone X before Apple Special Even in Sep 12, 2017. There are lots of changes about camera on iPhone X.
The iPhone X is expected to be radical redesigning that incorporates an edge-to-edge display getting rid of the top and bottom bezels where the Touch ID fingerprint sensor and the front-facing camera will be housed. Numerous iPhone fans think the iPhone 7 Plus had a game-changing camera, yet the iPhone X could change the entire amusement. Both the front and back overhauled cameras of the 10th anniversary iPhone 8 are in the testing phase according to Bloomberg. The iPhone X’s dual cameras each stacked on top of other instead of side by side like the in the iPhone 7 Plus should make for better photos. More importantly, two lenses with augmented reality features and a Portrait mode for selfies may be included in the iPhone X front-facing-camera.
Hot iPhone X Camera Rumors
1 iPhone X Vertical Rear Camera
According to Apple event, iPhone X will be a vertical rear camera with the dual cameras stacked on top of each other instead of side by side. Leaked iPhone X schematics have shown this vertical camera, and Bloomberg has also affirmed it.
Ming-Chi Kuo a KGI Securities investigator trusts that the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus’s dual-lens acquainted beforehand will continue to be a component exclusive to the "top of the line" iPhone X models in 2017. Ming-Chi Kuo also believes that optical image stabilization for both the wide-angle and telephoto lenses will piece in future models. If Apple picks to utilize the outsourced LG camera module, the camera in iPhone X could likewise bolster 3D photography impacts.
According to Fast Company, Apple has something big planned for 2017. They indicated that Apple is working on a vertical cavity surface emitting laser system for its back camera that will offer a quicker and more exact depth measurements for augmented reality purposes. It will also enable speedier autofocusing when taking photographs. However fast company added they are not sure if Apple will incorporate the framework in the iPhone X but has a high probability given the revolving rumors of a 3D system and the vertical double focal point camera upgrade schematics.
2 iPhone X Camera: "Smart Camera"
The iPhone X camera may support new "Smart Camera" features, based on code found in a recent firmware leak. Its app may be able to detect different types of scenes such as photo conditions, and photography subjects like pets and children. These smart camera features will enable the iPhone X to recognize a scene, set the ideal conditions and take the best photographs. Another breathtaking feature will be the “Freeze Motion,” which will enable the iPhone 8 to capture a photo at an ideal moment by recognizing a fast moving target automatically.
In the iPhone X, Apple is adding 3D detecting abilities for facial recognition making it a major revamp of its front-facing camera. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo refers to this camera as revolutionary. It is said to have three modules that will allow this high-end smartphone to perform 3D sensing and modeling. The three modules will include an infrared transmitting module, an infrared receiving module and lastly a standard front facing camera module. The combination of these three modules will enable the iPhone X facial recognition feature and the front facing camera to capture depth information.
3 iPhone X Camera: 4k Video Recording
A recent firmware leak indicates that both the iPhone X’s front and rear cameras will support 4k video recording at 60 frames per second. This improved frame rate is expected to be very useful in the iOS 15 augmented applications scheduled for iPhone 13 even though it is not entirely clear if this functionality will feature in the iPhone X.
Bloomberg’s reputation for iPhone gossipy tidbits is pretty robust, and any hint they give shouldn’t weigh lightly. Apple is testing a large number of features, and not all of them will make to the iPhone X. However, it seems likely that Apple will make the photography features of the iPhone X even better given that CEO Tim Cook recently commented about augmented reality and the success of iPhone 7 plus together with its standout camera.
4 iPhone X Camera Photos: Use 50% Less Storage
Increased concern about storage space saving and photo management among iPhone users took Apple to promise that photos and videos will use 50% less in the iPhone X. Changing from the h.264 video compression and JPEG photograph formats to HEVC and HEIF will make this conceivable. iPhone 13/12/11/X/8/8 Plus users can also choose to manage their photos, by use of third party apps such as the iMyFone Umate Pro or iMyFone Umate Pro for Mac which enables smart space releasing. Umate pro being an ultimate iPhone data eraser and photo manager can do an in-depth photo management on your iPhone.
The key features of Umate pro include the ability to delete unwanted photos in bulk, capacity to compress iPhone photos, and quickly backup photos to a pc without much hassle. Umate Pro can also be used to erase private pictures and previously deleted individual photos to avoid privacy leak.
It is an app with a simple interface with easy to follow steps: run Umate Pro > go to 1-click cleanup > photos.