If the latest series of leaked photos is legit the iPhone 7 might end up having dual cameras.
Pocket now published photos it gathered from several Taiwanese websites.
In the photos you can see six different camera modules that would be used in a Two camera system.
With it, the iPhone would capture photos with both lenses, and then combine the results to produce higher resolution images.
One, 12 megapixel lens would be a wide angle version equipped with optical image stabilization, and the other 12 megapixel shooter would come with an optical zoom Capable of magnifying an image by up to three times.
This is all very exciting, but remember to take it with a grain of salt.
Even though these sources have been reliable in the past, we don't know if these components will actually end up being in the iPhone 7. Especially since we don't See them in the iPhone seven.
In the meantime Apple is gearing up for its big event on March 21st where we expect a four inch iPhone to launch.
If the leaks and rumors are correct it'll look a lot like the iPhone six and it'll cost around $300 to $400.
For more Apple news tune into our live event on Monday.
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