If you’re still thinking about buying an iPhone 12 Pro (because it has an extra telephoto camera than the iPhone 12 but it’s not a stabilization of the sensor change seen in the 12 Pro Max), the new iPhone 13 Pro will probably air you out. Although the launch of the iPhone 13 (or what might be called) is almost a year away, there is a lot of anticipation and rumors around the device already. We’re not going to list all the specs and rumors here, including some important ones related to the camera through respectable sources. These might be enough to hold your horses until the iPhone 13 Pro comes out.
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The first rumor speaks of a larger camera sensor. According to analyst Ross Young on Twitter and other publications, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max will have larger sensors. This means larger pixels that will collect more light, better photos at night, and generally better quality. And that’s not all, analysts say, with the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini getting the iPhone 12 Pro Max camera sensor. But it’s not clear if the new “Sensor Shift” technology will be there or if the pair will use computational technology.
Like DSCC, Mizuho Securities has also said that it will not have a new iPhone SE model in 2021, so it will have to wait until 2022. All the 13 iPhone models will have an integrated touch, the BOE will combine LGD in both 6.1 ”models, the mini and 13 will take 12 Pro The camera’s maximum sensors and the sensor size will increase in the Pro. pic.twitter.com/G9f6cz8dm0
– Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) October 2, 2020
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The second is to include an improved ultra-wide-angle camera in the next iPhones. According to analyst Ming Chi-Kuo (via Macrumours), Apple may increase the aperture with 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max for wide-angle sensors. This means faster shots and better depth in wide-angle images. Right now, the lens has an f / 2.4 aperture, but the Kuok iPhone 13 Pro models expect an f / 1.8 aperture with a 6-element lens instead of a 5-element lens.
As for ‘Sensor Shift’ technology, which is currently limited to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, Kuok added that this optical image stabilization technology will come next year in both the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max versions. Apple says its Sensor Shift stabilization can make about 5,000 adjustments per second to keep the lens stable when you click images or record videos.
So will you wait or get the iPhone 12/12 Pro models? Report it in the comments.