Apple iPhone 7 Plus could well come packing a dual-lens camera if the latest tests prove positive.

It appears that there’s a few camera suppliers throwing their hats in the ring in order to attract the fruity phone cobbler’s attention.

Taiwan-based Largan Technology as well as Japan- and China-based camera lens makers have sent dual-lens camera test samples to Apple for potential inclusion in its next-generation iPhone, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.

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