Don’t stop the good news. That iPhone 15 that has already begun to be prototyped shows its little leg. Because the South Korean outlet The Elec has set off the alarm: the companies LG Innotek and Jahwa Electronics would be those responsible for manufacturing the OIS for the folded zoom that the series would mount iPhone 15, specifically the iPhone 15 Pro Max model.
In this way, the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo corroborates the same information that Jeff Pu already did. An interesting change, and it is that Japan Alps and Mitsumi, two regular partners of the Cupertino company, apparently would be suffering delays in the supply chain, which has led Apple to bet on two new partners in order to recover the rhythm in its usual production.
iPhone 15 Pro Max with periscope camera and a cutting-edge design
As we can see, Antonio de la Rosa’s design studio speculates on the possible design of this new iPhone 15 Pro Max, transforming the rumors into a beautiful reality that would change part of the aesthetics of the new iPhones. And this is so because this would be the only model that would equip a periscopic camera. The result would be evident in photos with zoom, since the camera instead of resorting to a traditional telephoto sensor would bet on a much more versatile mechanical design.
Going further, this exclusive sensor of the iPhone 15 Pro Max would bet on a sensor with a pixel size 1/3 “and a resolution of 12 megapixels with aperture f / 2.8. Nor would it forget the usual optical stabilization by sensor displacement and would equip an optical zoom of up to 6x.
Historically, LG Innotek and Jahwa have been partners in the past working with Samsung. Not surprisingly, the Galaxy S22 Ultra already has a periscope telephoto lens with 10x analog zoom. In any case, there are still months to see these new iPhone 15, but the reality is that 2023 has started very strong, already loading the spoon since January with the presentation of the new MacBook Pro and Mac Mini dressed with M2 Pro and Max processors.