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All new Macs will reportedly benefit from a big FaceTime camera upgrade

All new Macs will reportedly benefit from a big FaceTime camera upgrade

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What you need to know All future Mac releases will reportedly benefit from 1080p cameras, allowing for better quality video calls. As more people have been working from home, they've found their Mac's built-in cameras lacking. No more potato-cam video calls for new Mac buyers. Apple is set to put new 1080p FaceTime cameras into all of its new Macs, increasing the resolution from the previous 720p parts. That's according to a tweet by leaker DylanDKT following more criticism of Apple's camera setups. Following a YouTube video by Linus Tech Tips that mentioned how poor the cameras are in current laptops, the leaker took to Twitter to agree — but also to point out that all future Macs will come with Apple's new 1080p FaceTime camera built in. Apple already offers a 1080p camera, but only in the iMac lineup. We've been hearing rumors that one will be part of a refreshed MacBook Pro lineup as well. I know a lot people are referencing Linus’s video (which is a great video by the...