Those who want a periscope-enabled iPhone but can’t afford the precious Pro Max will be delighted by this news

The valuable camera feature, which is expected to be offered exclusively to the Pro Mex model in the iPhone 15 series, can find its place in all Pro models with the iPhone 16.

Apple’s iPhone 15 series probably won’t see the light of day until September 2023, but that doesn’t stop rumors about what we can expect from the company’s iPhone 16 series, which will almost certainly launch in 2024.

According to the new report of the Korean publication The Elec, Apple’s iPhone 16 Pro All models will come with a periscope zoom lens. In other words, for the next iPhone upgrade until 2024expectant customers will not necessarily have to purchase the Pro Max (or an anticipated Ultra) model to take advantage of the periscope zoom technology; iPhone 16 Prowill also offer the sought-after photography feature.

Some previous arguments said that this camera feature would be exclusive to the Pro Max model in the iPhone 15 series.

Periscope cameras, which take their name from the similarity to the periscope used in submarines and other navy ships, allow the user to zoom in to very long intervals while maintaining the image quality. In the finite space of a phone’s camera module, a periscope camerait uses mirrors to allow for more lens elements and therefore a longer zoom length.

Naturally, the production of smartphone-sized iterations of the technology is precious and periscope cameras have so far been Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, Huawei P50 Pro, Honor Magic 4 Proand Xiaomi 12S Ultra appeared in high-end models. Let’s see how Apple will interpret this technology…