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Apple is trying to right its wrongs with the latest bug glitch that caused the group FaceTime feature to be temporarily disabled. In the latest Apple news, the company is currently testing out new phones that will have three rear cameras and a USB-C port.
The company currently has two new iPhones out that have two rear cameras, the XS and the XS Max with one of them being a portrait camera. Their competitors, LG and Huawei have already released their phones that three rear cameras.
According to reports, the third camera will be used to capture more pixels so that the software can repair videos and photos automatically. The third camera will also extend Apple’s live shot feature from 3 to 6 seconds.
The phone is supposed to be released sometime this year.