Apple’s Wonderlust event is set for September 12. As the launch date is coming close iPhone 15 devices have been the subject of several leaks and rumours over the past few months, and there is no end in sight. According to the latest update, Apple is developing an iPhone “Ultra” model that might feature the ability to record videos and photos tailored to be used on the Apple Vision Pro.
Reportedly, Apple is working on a device that could be released after the Vision Pro goes on sale. The VR headset is said to sit in the stores next year. An iPhone “Ultra” model is allegedly in the works, according to a MacRumors story. The rumour suggests that the phone may be used to take precise, immersive videos and photographs that could be utilised on Apple Vision Pro.
The report stated, “A future “iPhone Ultra” model could capture spatial photos and videos to be displayed in Apple’s Vision Pro headset, according to a rumour shared by a Weibo account with a proven track record for disclosing accurate information about Apple’s plans.”
The “iPhone Ultra” model’s camera setup, which will be unveiled after the Vision Pro headset is introduced, will purportedly “lead the market to rethink what kind of photos and videos a mobile phone should take,” according to the report.
The information appears to be referring to the producing spatial images and videos, a special capability of the Vision Pro that employs outward-facing cameras to record immersive 3D content. According to Apple, the capability enables users to relive their memories in a way that has never been possible. While standard images and videos from an iPhone or other device may still be viewed on the headset, only a Vision Pro can be used to capture 3D images and videos, which are much more immersive.
A “three-dimensional camera” may be coming to the iPhone, according to the most recent rumour, adding more hardware to the device’s already-present rear camera setup of a main wide camera, a telephoto camera, an ultra-wide camera, a LiDAR scanner, and an Adaptive True Tone flash.
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