Things are not going well for Apple. If you follow new, you already know that 1.4BN iPads and iPhones became vulnerable to hacking. Not just that but the company also hit a new sales low in 2018. Apple leaked 2020 iPhones which only showed that how poorly the 2019 model were made. After all this now the company has more bad news.
According to Telegraph, Apple has pulled cutting edge camera technology from its upcoming iPhone 11 line-up. The worst thing is that the company doesn’t have anything to replace it. Rumour has it the company is trying to redesign the iPhone 11 around its massive camera upgrade.
This also had a devastating impact to Apple’s Quantum Dot Partner, UK-based Nanoco, after the company disclosed the loss which brought down the value from 93 million pounds to 24 million pounds. BlueFin Research followed the event and had its sources confirming that Apple has put an end to the development of Quantum Dot image sensors because of higher costs. According to researchers, Apple has now shifted its focus to 3D laser mapping. However, the technology will be ready only by 2020.
This is a devastating news not only because the cancellation is so late but even QD sensors can be tuned to specific light spectrums which would give iPhones the potential to offer a true differentiator to the latest class-leading intervals. Along with that new iPhone cameras are also falling behind budget phones. This calls for a serious upgrade.
This means the new upcoming iPhones in 2019 are going to be very less compelling. The bad news is that they are going to be even worse than what the company has launched before. However, the company still has some good news. Apple’s 2020 models are expected to be potential game-changers as they will combine 5G with smart new sizes.
Currently, the company is going through a rough patch but hopefully, it will be back on its track soon. Considering that it’s Apple, they are surely going to make a comeback with something even bigger and greater.