Apple has acquired photo technology startup SnappyLabs. SnappyLabs is a one-man development team known for creating the SnappyCam app. Also Read - iPhone 13 series leak roundup: From 25W charger to autofocus ultra-wide camera and more
According to Tech Crunch, the start up was founded and run solely by John Papandriopoulos, an electrical engineering PhD from the University Of Melbourne. Papandriopoulos invented a way to make the iPhone”s camera take full-resolution photos at 20 to 30 frames per second – significantly faster than Apple”s native iPhone camera, the report said. Apple has so far not confirmed the acquisition.