All iPhone 13 models to get upgraded ultrawide camera with f/1.8 optics

Apple will carry another ultrawide point camera with a more brilliant f/1.8 focal point to all iPhone 13 models, as indicated by a note by Barclays examiners Blayne Curtis and Thomas O'Malley. 


That data contrasts from a past report by investigator Ming-Chi Kuo, who said just the Pro models will get the new camera. 


The new f/1.8 focal point will build the measure of light arriving at the sensor over the f/2.4 focal point utilized on current iPhone ultrawides. 


Almost certainly, Apple will build the sensor size of the new ultrawide point cameras as the current 1/3.6" blurs when contrasted with the Galaxy S21 Ultra's 1/2.55" or the Huawei Mate 40 Pro's mammoth 1/1.54". 


All iPhone 13 models to get upgraded ultrawide camera with f/1.8 optics


The Barclays examiners' report proceeds to say that Apple will keep utilizing the 12MP f/2.2 65mm 2.5x camera, selective to the current year's 12 Pro Max, in the iPhone 13 arrangement and will expand it from the Pro Max to the Pro too. 


Industry sources report that Apple will adhere to the equation of a 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch iPhones with two cameras and a 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhones with triple cameras.

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