Reliable Apple analyst Guo Ming Chi told investors that the iPhone 13 product lineup scheduled to be released in the second half of 2021 will have the same wide-angle lens as the current iPhone 12, but the ultra-wide camera is likely to see an upgrade.
Kuo has been cited countless times in the past and is responsible for reports that Apple will not apply periscope technology to its camera arrays for at least a few years. He recently provided investors with a note to discuss Apple’s planned iPhone version in 2021.
In the description, the description is passed McrumsGuo said that the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro will have the same wide-angle lens with f/1.6 aperture as the current iPhone 12 series. Apple’s largest smartphone, the iPhone 13 Pro Max, will have a slightly improved f/1.5 aperture wide-angle lens, which is only slightly better than the current Pro Max’s f/1.6 lens.
Strangely, Guo Mingo seems to say that despite the poor response from consumers, the iPhone mini will still be the product to be launched this year. Poor sales is a shame, because the iPhone mini actually has many annoying features that make it unique among current large phones, and seeing that Apple can still produce it is for those who like small form factors A good sign. .
Although disappointing, Mcrums Another source quoted a Barclays analyst as saying that compared with current devices, the ultra-wide-angle lens achieves an f/1.8 aperture at the f/2.4 aperture on the iPhone 12 device, and this performance has been significantly improved.
In addition, according to the well-known display analyst Ross Young, the size of the camera sensor in the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max is expected to increase. Mcrums. It is not clear which cameras are the targets of the upgrade, but any camera with a larger sensor can ensure improved image quality.
Although the latest rumors are not exciting, Apple has been able to do a lot in its computational photography to take advantage of the same small sensors that it has used for several generations of mobile phones. Any physical improvement will result in a significant change in image quality, even if it does not seem particularly exciting on paper.