According to Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will put a quad-reflective zoom camera in next year’s smaller iPhone 16 Pro. Largan will be Apple’s sole supplier of the quad-reflective camera, and its 3Q23 production yield increased from 40% to 70%, according to his report.

In addition to making the lens assembly business profitable in 2024. The increase will ensure that Apple’s Pro lineup is equally capable. The number of iPhones equipped with quad-reflective cameras is expected to grow by 160% each year.

According to Kuo, Huawei will also be a big client for Largan’s Zoom cameras in 2024. Alongside Apple as the other fastest-growing brand for periscopes.

The P70, P70 Pro, and P70 Art models, which will have periscope cameras and Kirin chips, will be mass-produced in the first half of 2024, according to his report. The P70 series will see 100% growth in shipments year over year over the P60 series, according to Kuo.

New leak confirms heat dissipation feature on iPhone 16 Pro series:

We now have our first confirmation of Apple’s overhauled cooling setup for the iPhone 16 series. The leak of the iPhone 16 Pro battery prototype confirms. As can be seen in the images, the battery is encased in a brushed metal bracket that aids in heat dissipation.

China’s Desay Corporation manufactures the iPhone 16 Pro’s Li-Ion battery cell, which is listed as 3,355 mAh (13.02Wh). As with the iPhone 15 Pro series, it has a J-shaped battery.

The iPhone 15 Pro has a slightly smaller battery cell capacity of 3,274mAh. There is no guarantee that this early prototype battery will be used in the production models of the iPhone 16 Pro.