This week on the iMore Show, we ring in 2022 with news, rumors, and a healthy dose of speculation.
- Kuo: iPhone 14 gaining a 48-megapixel camera, 2023 iPhone going periscope | iMore
- Second analyst backs up claims that iPhone 15 will get a periscope camera for improved zoom capabilities | iMore
- Kuo: AirPods Pro 2 will gain lossless audio support, new charging case | iMore
- Apple reportedly set to ship its AR/VR headset with three screens, not two | iMore
- Report: 2022 iPhone SE set to gain 5G, spec bump but no new design | iMore
- Leaker: 'Too many compromises' for foldable iPhone, but work is ongoing | iMore
- Leaker backs up claims iPhone 14 Pro will ditch the notch for a hole-punch camera | iMore
- iMore's Best of CES 2022 | iMore
- Latest iPhone 14 Pro pill-shaped camera mockup looks as hot as expected | iMore
- iPhone 14 Pro's pill-shaped camera hole might have a circular one for company | iMore
- We might wait until 2024 for iPhone's notches and holes to go for good | iMore
- An OLED iPad could arrive in 2024 powered by Samsung | iMore
- Apple's AR/VR headset could be delayed to 2023 due to heat issues | iMore
- iPhone SE 3 renders, based on claimed leaked CAD images, show iPhone XR design | iMore
- Capital One: Machine learning at Capital One. Capital One. What's in your wallet?
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Hey, Joe and Karen. You two need to find and talk to someone who remembers the 41Mp camera in the Lumia 1020. That was, and some say still is, one of the most amazing smartphone cameras ever produced. The the thing that made it special, beyond Nokia software, was the ability to take full resolution photos and crop them to the part you actually wanted, with minimal loss of resolution. You had to re-think how you took shots. You didn't hold up the camera and zoom in to what you wanted, you just made sure what you wanted was in the shot, and zoomed in on the resulting photo.
The Lumia saved two files for each time you shot (selectable option). One normal resolution shot, and one Hi-Res. The 'low' res you could treat like a regular picture, the Hi-Res was the one you manipulated after the fact. It really was quite amazing. The 1020 still takes darn good pictures. Too bad the rest of the hardware is outdated, and the OS is abandoned.
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