Apple reportedly testing iPhones with three rear cameras and USB-C port

Time to dump your charging cables: Apple is testing new iPhones with three rear cameras and controversial USB-C charging port, report claims Apple could add a triple-lens camera setup to the iPhone XS Max successor This would enable more functions, like the ability to take longer Live Photos Apple is widely expected to ditch Lightning cables for USB-C charging protocol It would mean users would have to ditch their old cables and buy new ones

By Annie Palmer For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:57 GMT, 31 January 2019 | Updated: 00:23 GMT, 1 February 2019

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Apple's next iPhone will feature a major upgrade to its camera and its charging cables - the latter of which users may not be happy about.

The Silicon Valley giant intends to build on its current dual-lens camera by launching a successor to the iPhone XS Max that features three rear cameras, according to Bloomberg.   

In addition, Apple will make the move from its current Lightning port setup to a charging system that relies on USB-C cables. 

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The Silicon Valley giant intends to build on its current dual-lens camera by launching a successor to the iPhone XS Max that features three rear cameras 

The Silicon Valley giant intends to build on its current dual-lens camera by launching a successor to the iPhone XS Max that features three rear cameras 

With a triple lens setup, the next top-of-the-line iPhone will be able to capture a larger field of view, as well as a wider range of zoom.

The camera will capture more pixels so that Apple might be able to edit a video or photo to be able to fit in someone who was cut off by the original shot, Bloomberg said. 

Additionally, the Live Photos feature will mean that it can capture videos that are six seconds long, instead of just three seconds.

Apple is also expected to introduce a more powerful 3D camera in all three of its upcoming phones, which will enable advanced augmented reality applications. 

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