Apple is about to expand the imaging capabilities of its devices. At least what the French newspaper says Le Dauphin Libr, which states in today's report that Ma has already signed the necessary paperwork to open a research and development laboratory focused on imaging technologies in the city of Grenoble, southeast of France.
A small team of Apple engineers and researchers has been working in this area for more than a year in the city specifically, at the Minatec research center, but the construction of Ma's own new lab, which is expected to be over 800m, will bring more space to that 30 experts work in conjunction with all necessary equipment.
Grenoble, the most beautiful university city in the heart of the French Alps, was apparently chosen by Apple's collaboration with STMicroelectronics, a French-Italian semiconductor manufacturer and supplier of components for several Ma products, such as the iPhone and Apple Watch.
We hope that the fruits of the research of this new laboratory will soon reach the cameras of our iGadgets.