Apple could easily one up Huawei if it introduces a new iPhone next year that features OIS on all three rear cameras.
According to that report, the next flagship iPhone will have a third lens that offers up to 5x zoom, as well as a 12-megapixel lens to complement it when it launches in 2019.
PU believes that phones with three cameras will be the next trend in the world of smartphones, partly due to Huawei and its three-compartment model Huawei P20 Pro. Previously numerous Apple's iPhone X users have come up connecting the breakdown of the Face ID with the back camera of the phone.
The prediction PU is in accordance with the report publication Economic Daily News, which also noted that the iPhone with three cameras to be released in 2019. The new display will surely help 2018 iPhone models to deliver some enhanced brightness and colour experience.
Reports also say the triple lens could be used for "powering advanced mapping systems".
An addition of a third lens would enable 3x optical zoom on an iPhone for the first time ever, allowing users to magnify an image in the viewfinder by up to 3x without any blurry reduction.
A triple-lens iPhone X mockup by Martin Hajek. However, it appears that Apple might take a hint or two from Huawei for its 2019 iPhone lineup. The back facing cameras of the iPhone X is linked with the TrueDepth Camera. Apple is expected to launch the 2018 iPhone sometime around the month of September. The device includes a 40-megapixel lens, a 20-megapixel monochrome lens and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens for optical zoom up to 3x.