According to a Weibo blogger named @moment digital, the unveiling of the Vision Pro has prompted the market to reconsider the picture configuration of the iPhone Ultra in order to determine the ideal photography and videography capabilities that mobile phones should possess in the current period.
While the blogger’s disclosures lack specificity, it is reasonable to speculate that forthcoming iterations of the “iPhone Ultra” may include the capability to capture imagery and movies of celestial bodies, thereby enabling users to see such content through Apple’s forthcoming Vision Pro headset.
The Vision Pro device has the capability to capture immersive 3D information through its outward-facing camera. Apple claims that this camera provides exceptional depth in spatial images and videos, enabling users to capture and revisit memories in a unique and unprecedented manner.
Vision Pro is capable of displaying both standard photos and films acquired from an iPhone or similar devices. However, it should be noted that the immersive experience provided by 3D images and videos can only be achieved by capturing them directly using the Vision Pro application. The aforementioned characteristic plays a pivotal role in enhancing the overall Vision Pro user experience. Additionally, the gadget is equipped with a distinct physical button located on its upper section, specifically designed for capturing images.
Ever since the introduction of Vision Pro, there has been widespread speculation in the public sphere over the potential inclusion of this “3D camera” technology in forthcoming iterations of iPhones. It is probable that Apple will augment the current rear camera setup with additional hardware components. The present configuration of the iPhone back camera encompasses a primary wide-angle camera, a telephoto camera, an ultra-wide-angle camera, a LiDAR scanner, and a flash.
It is noteworthy to mention that the appellation “iPhone Ultra” has been already disclosed. Based on the report by Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, it is anticipated that Apple would introduce a novel premium gadget in the upcoming year, referred to as the “iPhone Ultra.” This device is expected to be positioned at a higher tier than the existing “Pro Max” series.
It is noteworthy to highlight that Instant Digital has previously provided reliable information regarding the new yellow color scheme of the regular version of the iPhone 14. This news article represents a significant milestone since it marks the inaugural release of content through online platforms. Hence, the blogger possesses a certain level of reputation with regards to the veracity of the news. The blogger further remarked that the now verified material is insufficient, implying the possibility of additional subsequent updates. IT House will continue to closely monitor the situation.