New Delhi. Tech giant Apple will reportedly use parts supplied not only from new supply partner Jahwa Electronics but also from longtime supplier LG for the rumored Periscope zoom camera module for the iPhone 15. South Korea-based Jahwa Electronics said it will spend $155 million (Rs 11,84,02,95,000) to build new facilities capable of manufacturing new optical image immobilization actuators.
LG is the primary partner in Apple’s plan
According to The Elec, Jahwa’s OIS sensors will be shipped to LG Innotek for use in their own foldable camera zoom module. The report states that LG is a primary partner in Apple’s plan to bring a foldable zoom camera to its devices.
will increase the amount of zoom
The parts from LG and Jahwa are likely to be related to the periscope camera setup, which will allow Apple to enhance the optical zoom capabilities on the iPhone. A system based on a periscope lens or a folding lens increases the amount of optical zoom available on the device without significantly increasing the size of the camera setup.
Rumor for 2 years
Elek previously reported on Apple’s clear plans to bring the periscope system to future phones. Rumors of Apple’s flagship getting a periscope-based lens system have surfaced sometime since 2020.