The Lytro point-and shoot box camera, seemed to draw the intest of the former CEO Steve Jobs. Sources say that Jobs was “interested” in the technology, this alone could be enough to speculate that the technology may make its way into future generations of iDevies. Sources from a new book by Fortune Magazine’s Adam Lashinsky titled, Inside Apple. Confirm that Jobs met with Lytro inventor and CEO Ren Ng to discuss about the possibilities of using Lytro technology in an iPhone. Lytro “whole light field” camera, that contains an f/2 aperture and an 8x optical zoom lens, captures all the light rays flowing in its direction instead of fixed focus pixels. This will allow you to take photos whenever you want and you can focus on anything from the scene at a later point in time. Though this may sound impressive the first generation only allowed to to shoot in 1mpx with future there are many possibilites in the future.
This will allow more more detailed photos of mobile users,. this could be a good thing at times when a sharp images capture is needed. This will enable developers to build more powerful apps to capture video and camera footage. Because of this less powerful digital camera sales may decline due to the intense capabilities of mobile technology. Although this combination is not expected soon the future brings the two closer together.