iPhone 13 News: New information about Apple’s new monster iPhone 13 continues to come. It looks like it will attract attention with its phone camera.
If nothing goes wrong, Apple will hold an event in the first week of September and will come up with the iPhone 13. The company, which will introduce four different models again this year, will have the same price as its predecessor. As the event date approaches, information about new monsters started to come. Today, exciting information about the phone’s camera has been announced.
iPhone 13 will come to the fore with its camera
In a new report by the famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is known for his closeness to Apple, information has emerged about the possible new ultra-wide lens of the iPhone 13. Apple could use an upgraded 7P Wide-angle lens for the ultra-wide sensor, which should theoretically provide better low-light performance.
The report also states that Sunny Optical, a Chinese lens parts supplier, has successfully completed the verification of 5P lenses for iPad. Bulk shipments of 5P lenses will likely begin in mid-2021. However, it is not clear which iPad model will get it. Therefore, it seems likely that they will ship a 7P wide-angle lens for the iPhone 13 series in 2021.
With the 7P lens, the new beasts will be able to get ultra-wide lenses with f/1.8 aperture, which is wider than the f/2.4, 5P lenses found on current iPhone 12 models. This will result in a wider aperture and significantly higher low-light performance.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in an investor note that the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models will feature an upgraded ultra-wide camera with autofocus for clearer and sharper images. He added that next year’s iPhone 14 series could feature autofocus ultra-wide cameras on all models.