The iPhone 13 series, which is expected to be released in September, will have the same wide-angle lens as the iPhone 12 model.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a reliable Apple analyst, the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, and iPhone 13 Pro will all have the same 7P wide-angle lens with a 1.6 aperture as their iPhone 12 equivalent.
The larger iPhone 13 Pro Max will have a 1.5 aperture wide-angle lens, which is a slight improvement over the 1.6 aperture on the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Kuo has claimed that Sunny Optical will be the new supplier for the 7P wide-angle lens.
The mass production of the camera system could begin as early as May. Looking ahead, Kuo predicts that demand for optical lenses for Apple devices will skyrocket in the coming years because of AR devices and the upcoming Apple Car.
Meanwhile, According to Barclays analysts, all four iPhone 13 models will have updated Ultra Wide lenses with a /1.8 aperture, compared to the iPhone 12’s /2.4 aperture.
In other developments, a known display analyst Ross Young predicts iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will have larger camera sensors. While Young does not indicate which of the three cameras would receive a larger sensor.
Kuo earlier claimed that Apple intends to have a smaller notch and larger batteries across the entire iPhone 13 lineup. Kuo also said that a ProMotion 120Hz display will be exclusive to the Pro and Pro Max versions.