Apple forgoes a potential iPhone camera revolution, as quantum dots prove too costly


The 2019 iPhones are expected to largely stay the same in terms of design but upgrade the camera area and the horse power under the hood significantly. These may sound as good reasons to switch from the iPhone X/8, or whatever 2017 gear you are still rocking, but don’t expect any camera revolution.
Apple has reportedly gotten out of $22 million contract with the British from Nanoco that “together with its subsidiaries, engages in the research, development, manufacture, and licensing of cadmium and heavy-metal-free quantum dots (CFQD), and semiconductor nanomaterials …

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