25 February 2021
Apple iPhone 13 models may feature an upgraded ultra-wide camera lens. This is coming from an investor note obtained by MacRumors. Reportedly, Barclays analysts Blayne Curtis and Thomas O’Malley have said in the investor note that all the four models of the iPhone 13 will have an upgraded ultra-wide camera lens with a wider f/1.8 aperture.
A larger aperture will allow more light to pass through the lens and it will result in significantly improved low-light performance when shooting in ultra-wide mode on iPhone 13 models. In the past, a report also claimed that an upgraded ultra-wide lens will be added to the iPhone 13 Pro model, but the fresh report claims the change is meant for all the models in the series.
Inside the same note, Barclays analysts have also said that the upgraded telephoto lens currently available in the iPhone 12 Pro Max will be expanded to the standard iPhone 13 Pro. It will be a 65mm focal length and f/2.2 aperture.
According to previous reports, Touch ID is coming to the iPhone 13 series. It will be a new under-display fingerprint scanner, something pretty staple in various Android phones. The new iPhone 13 series will have WiFi 6E support for faster data speed, low latency, and high performance.
Apple is said to be sticking to the same display sizes and camera setups for the iPhone13 lineup, including 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch models with dual-lens cameras and 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch models with triple-lens cameras. There are many rumors circulating around already. One of them even stated that new iPhone models will include the LiDAR sensor.