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Apple Employs Nokia Lumia Photography Chief Ari Partinen

Ari Partinen is going to join Apple in the next month

May 10 2014, 11:43pm CDT | by

Apple Employs Nokia Lumia Photography Chief Ari Partinen
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Apple is continuing to hire new personnel in its team to enhance the features of its future products, as it employs Ari Partinen, the photography head of Nokia Lumia.

According to Mac Rumors, Partinen confirmed the matter via twitter, stating that he is going to join Apple in June 2014. He is well-known for his extensive role in Nokia, including developing image quality characterization feature and adjusting the camera module level, along with managing the production of different components of the camera. His recent works include developing significant features in Nokia’s 808 PureView and N8, which are considered as two of the most outstanding devices to capture high-quality images.

Apple is rumored to add optical image stabilization and other advanced features in the next model of the iPhone. Employing such a versatile and highly-experienced personnel like Partinen will definitely give a massive boost to Apple’s future endeavors.

 

 

 
 

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Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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