“LG Innotek united forces with Apple to develop a smartphone camera module which enables 3D photograph[y],” The Korea Economic Daily reports. “The camera which uses LG Innotek’s dual camera will likely to be applied for Apple’s new products starting from the latter half of next year.”

“Apple acquired an Israeli start-up LinX in April 2015 for US$20 million, absorbing the latter’s 3D camera technology,” The Korea Economic Daily reports. “LinX, founded in 2011, has the technology of adding more depth to photos by dividing the digital image in three stages.”

The Korea Economic Daily reports, “LG Innotek is now exclusively supplying its dual cameras for Apple’s iPhone 7 which was released in Korea last month.”

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