Tuesday , July 27 2021

Apple also jumps on in-screen camera bandwagon



Over the past few weeks, LG, Oppo, Huawei, etc. We see patents to see the bottom display of the front camera module of almost all popular companies, including. Apple's patented camera sensor patents, Apple, technology's own patents.

The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced a new patent for Apple's new patented camera sensor. Apple's patent is slightly different from Samsung. In Samsung's patent, the proximity sensor, lighting sensor, etc. All the sensors that are included with the camera are at the bottom of the screen. In Apple's patent, only the camera sensor does not mention any other sensors at the bottom of the screen. We don't know how Apple plans to include other sensors at the bottom of the screen yet.

Apple also jumps in-camera camera lane - Here is their patent detailed
Via: LetsGoDigital

The patent itself is very detailed and detailed. This explains everything with reference to patents dating back to January 2012. Patent is not just for iPhone. He talks about all kinds of devices, so if this technology becomes a reality, other devices like the MacBook and iPad can have fun.


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The patent shows a hole in the upper right of the screen for a camera. The camera module will be located under the cover glass. The patent also covers the construction plan. It has also been found in the patent that the cover glass, which is the real screen of the phone, will consist of DVTS technology of Corning, an aluminum silicate glass. These kinds of glasses are more challenging than today's Gorilla glass technology. It makes sense to say that Apple has invested a lot in the R & D department of Corning, so we can see for the first time that this screen was made on an iPhone.

According to many analysts, this screen six camera technology is still in the baby stage. The screen above the camera prevents too much light from entering, which makes it very complicated. Still, it's great to see companies that are trying to promote cool new technologies. If this becomes a reality, we'll see smartphones with 100% screen-to-body proportions and no annoying motor notches. The patent also includes a flowchart that summarizes the entire process.

Apple also jumps in-camera camera lane - Here is their patent detailed In the patent, Apple says that electronic devices, especially smartphones, have a layered structure. If Apple manages to have a cover glass that can be transparent over the screen, this type of technology is realistic. With the upcoming 2019 iPhone, we'll see what Apple has done in stock for next year. Until then, all we can do is wait.


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