As the two rival companies join forces to buy the patent rights to use Kodak’s technology in their products, it would seem that some tasty new big improvements may be in store for us in the next generations of smartphones.
Apple and Google have both paid the sum of $500 million for the privilege to use Kodak’s intellectual property (IP). It about time Apple made a mature both this year, as we are sick of Apple bombarding its way through the industry and trying to hurt any company that makes a good product that’s aesthetically pleasing.
There is currently no conclusive evidence that the Kodak technology is going to end up it smartphones f tablets, at the moment it is nothing more than an assumption, however its highly likely that all Apple’s and Google’s products with cameras with be highly improved in the future. We await an announcement from both parties as to the use of this new acquired tech patent. But one thing is for certainly, with Kodak tech inside Apple of Google’s products, it may become hard times for other smartphone manufactures.