Report from Nikkei Asia revealed that Apple will use Sony's upcoming "state-of-the-art" image sensor in the next generation iPhone.

This sensor is said to be capable of capturing more light and reducing underexposure and overexposure. 

Besides this, the sensor could also improve the camera's dynamic range.

Sony's image sensor is said to feature a new semiconductor architecture that separates photodiodes and transistors.

 This allows for more photodiodes, which results in a larger sensor that can capture more light. 

Moreover, the sensor's pixel architecture is said to double the saturation signal level of each pixel.

Apple's iPhone 15 will also come with a new, more powerful A17 chip. This chip could be manufactured using a 3nm process. 

In addition, all iPhone 15 models are expected to feature solid-state buttons instead of clickable volume buttons.

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