Apple may use Sony’s advanced image sensor in iPhone 15 series

Sony’s state-of-the-art image sensor can be used in the next series of the worldwide popular iPhone. Speculations are rife about various specifications of the iPhone 15 series to be launched next year. A new report has claimed that Sony’s image sensor will be used for this.

However, Sony has not started production of this sensor. It can be made at the company’s Nagasaki plant in Japan. Sony has invested heavily in image sensors to capture about 60 percent of the complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensor market over the next three years. Nikkei Asia’s Report According to sources, Sony’s advanced image sensor can be used in the next series of iPhones. This image sensor will have the ability to double the saturation signal level in each signal compared to existing sensors.

Last year, Sony had a market share of about 44 percent in the CMOS image sensor market. In second place was Samsung with a share of around 18.5 percent. Last week, another report said that the frame of the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro could be made of titanium. This material More expensive than stainless steel. Stainless steel has been used in Apple’s recent Pro models. In the next series of iPhone, the company can include solid state buttons as well as three taptic engines.

A supplier of Apple has indicated about this. MacRumours has reported that the company’s supplier Cirrus Logic has revealed in a letter to shareholders that it will retain a key customer and plans to bring a new HPMS component to smartphones next year. This component could be the company’s high performance mixed signal chip. MacRumours claims it includes haptic drivers for the Taptic Engine in iPhone models. This was also hinted by John Forsyth, CEO of Cirrus Logic. He said that such a component will come in the market next year. The new series of iPhone is launched almost every year in September. The largest manufacturing unit of iPhone in India will be built in Hosur near Bengaluru. It will have around 60,000 workers. <!–


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