According to the latest report, an autofocus upgrade for the ultra-wide camera of the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max will bring many benefits to the table.
All iPhone 12 models feature fixed-focus lenses. This is something that the iPhone 13 Pro models will be able to remove.
Ming-Chi Kuo has provided an investor note that MacRumors found. It details the addition of autofocus support for the iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max ultra-wide cameras. The upgrade is not available in the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Mini, even though both are expected to come with an ultra-wide secondary camera. The iPhone 12 Pro Max and iPhone 12 Pro Max both have a fixed-focus lens.
Although it may not be obvious, autofocus support for the ultra-wide camera will produce sharper images. This is great for landscape photography. Kuo also stated that all iPhone 13 models would have notable camera improvements, such as improved low-light performance. The ultra-wide camera for iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro Max will feature a 6P lens instead of the 5P lens. This should improve light capture to achieve the best possible imaging results.
A previous report stated that the iPhone 13 premium models would come with larger camera modules. This suggests that the sensor size will increase. Again, this is a huge improvement. A larger sensor means that more light can be captured and produces a pleasing image for users. These are just a few of the upgrades we can expect at Apple’s next iPhone event, which will be held in September’s third week.
We recommend reading our extensive rumor roundup about the iPhone 13 family. Also, let us know what you think of the autofocus upgrade in the comments.
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