We're not expecting to see the iPhone 13 series until September, but there's already been plenty of speculation about the design and features of Apple's next flagship iPhones. The iPhone 13 series is said to retain the display sizes of the iPhone 12 models. However, Apple is likely to offer thinner notches. A new report now suggests iPhone 13 lineup will have an upgraded ultra-wide-angle camera sensor with better low-light performance.
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According to a Barclays analyst’s investor note seen by MacRumors, the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max will come with the upgraded ultra-wide-angle camera lens. This new lens is said to have an f/1.8 aperture, which will be larger in size over the f/2.4 lens available on the iPhone 12 series. So the iPhone 13 series will provide better low light photography experience. The source also says that the upgraded Telephoto lens of the iPhone 12 Pro Max would be featured on the iPhone 13 Pro, with a 65mm focal length and an f/2.2 aperture. Recently, DigiTimes reported that the iPhone 13 Pro would also come with an upgraded CMOS image sensor. Some other recent reports have revealed that the iPhone 13 series will also come with an under-display fingerprint sensor and Wi-Fi 6E technology.
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