Customers are likely to explore a host of new camera-based features for their next three phones, Koo told customers.
As mentioned in the 9to5Mac, these changes include the upgrade of the front cameras with a resolution of 7 to 12 megapixels, as well as the adoption of the camera configuration in the next generation of the XR model of the iPhone at reasonable prices.
More importantly, Ko's latest forecast also confirms a Bloomberg report last January that said Apple plans to include a triple lens and a wide-angle camera system on its 5.8 and 6.5-inch models.
The phones will be equipped with three wide-angle lenses, allowing the phone to capture much more space in the camera than other smart phones.
To deal with the effects of the phone boom, new phones can also be packaged with a black layer to help integrate them more easily into the design of the phone.
While earlier rumors suggested that the new models could cancel the controversial charging light take-off, Koo said Apple would likely keep that feature.