Baku, November 26, AZERTAC
Apple's next iPhone could have the ability to take stunning 3D photos, according to Mail.
At least that's according to the latest rumours on the iPhone 8 which suggests Apple is currently working with LG to develop the technology.
This will give it the ability to add of extra three-dimensional effects, recognise objects in the real world more easily and use augmented reality.
The rumours come from a brief report in the Korea Economic Daily, which suggests that the 'LG Innotek' dual-lens camera, will likely be used in Apple's new products next year.
LG Innotek already supplies the dual lens units for the iPhone 7 Plus.
The firm makes enhanced camera technology, which includes 3D depth mapping, and lighting enhancements, which are also features that could be seen in the next iPhone.