EverythingApplePro’s latest video includes 3D printed layouts and renderings based on expired schemes, which are currently being used by accessory manufacturers in preparation for the fall launch of the iPhone 13.
It should be noted that the diagonal layout of the rear cameras, observed earlier this week, has been confirmed, reaching both the base model iPhone 13 and 13 mini. The iPhone 13 Pro Max retains the same layout of the camera module, but the individual lenses are significantly larger and the entire module protrudes further from the body of the phone.
Larger lenses should result in better quality photos, as more light can reach the digital camera̵
Earlier, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the focal length of the iPhone 13 will change to 1 / 1.7 ″, compared to 1/2 ″ of the iPhone 12.
The pixel size is also increasing from 1.7 micrometers to 2 micrometers this year. Photographs taken in the 13 Series should contain more detail and less noise, especially in low light conditions.
Of course, for those who want to continue the upgrade for another year, Kuo predicts that the 2022 iPhones will be even better and will have an effective size of 2.5 micrometer pixels, by combining a 48-megapixel source sensor in 12-megapixel output image.
You can find out what it all looks like for the iPhone 13 in the EverythingApplePro video:
In addition to the larger camera lenses, the overall camera module also becomes thicker and will protrude from the main body of the phone by an additional 0.9 mm compared to the iPhone 12.
These dimensions are aligned with an earlier report from Macotakara. It also seems confirmed that the LiDAR rear scanner will remain exclusive to the high-end Pro models, as the hole is missing from the CAD for the mini and the base 6.1-inch model.
The iPhone 13 is expected to debut in the fall, landing in Apple’s typical release schedule for its flagship iPhone in September. The iPhone 13 will be available in the same screen sizes as the iPhone 12: a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch models and a 6.7-inch model. This will obviously be the latest generation of “mini”, as the 5.4-inch model will be released next year.
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