iPhone 13 may ship with larger image sensor, camera module

With the launch of Apple’s next series of iPhones still months away, tech experts are doing their best to research what the upcoming lineup has in the bucket for its future users. Mashable India’s recent report hints that iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini might not come with OLED LTPO panels like iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, but there will be others changes to keep in mind in the future.

The news update seems to be the most obvious part of the report, as it’s not really surprising that the upcoming lineup will upgrade its camera sensors, as the company is always upgrading the features of the camera of its product during the launch of a new range. A new case leak on Weibo obtained by Mashable India puts more faith in expectations.

Several cases belonging to iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini were leaked on Weibo and shared by DuanRai on Twitter, showing huge differences between iPhone 12 optical lens size. Chinese microblogging web was added by a tipster who goes by the name of “Old Explosion Technology” who used measurement tools to determine the size differences between the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini lenses.

According to Mashable India, the Weibo tipster suggested that Apple could use an equivalent iPhone 12 Pro Max sensor in iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini. This creates an opportunity that lower-cost versions of the iPhone 13 line will also support “sensor-shift optical image stabilization”, as mentioned during a previous report. Apparently, this hardware addition is currently exclusive to the iPhone 12 Pro Max but maybe not for long.

If these features will be rolled out by Apple in the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13, it won’t just boast improved stabilization in various lighting conditions, but the cameras’ larger sensors will enable image capture and sharper video. The lens cutout is also supposed to be very large compared to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini, in the upcoming lineup which is expected to be announced in the third week of September. (ANI)

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Michael C. Garrison