iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Module Size Reach More Than Half Body Width

iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Module Size

iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Module Size

Following the predictions of the previous news, Apple’s iPhone 13 this year will arrive in September as scheduled, and mass production is also in full swing. Although there are still a few months to go before the iPhone 13 series launch, the recent news about the machine has been pouring in, and the general design of the machine can now be determined.

iPhone 13 Pro Max Concept Rendering

According to the Digital Chat Station, which is close to the supply chain, revealed that the rear lens module of Apple’s new iPhone 13 Pro Max is visible to the naked eye to be larger than the existing iPhone 12 Pro Max, which can reach half the width of the body from the data. It is expected to take pictures than the previous generation will have a relatively huge improvement.

According to previous reports, Apple will make more upgrades to the iPhone 13/Pro camera relative to other accessories for this year’s launch. Previous supply chain information indicates that the ultra-wide angle camera on the iPhone 13 series will be upgraded to f/1.8 and include autofocus functionality.

In addition, the new generation of iPhone ultra-wide angle lens will also use Sensor-Shift, OIS (optical stabilization), and AF (autofocus) technology and the iPhone front lens will also introduce autofocus technology after next year.

Of course, after the camera specifications are upgraded, there will certainly be corresponding improvements in functionality, for example, a previous tipster said that the iPhone 13 series will also add a portrait mode for shooting video.

From the previously released CAD size chart, the machine’s three circumferences remain the same, about 71.5mm wide and 7.53mm thick, with a single lens diameter of up to 17mm, and the rear lens module width is expected to be no less than 35mm, so it does seem to reach more than half of the body’s wide bandwidth.

The iPhone 13 Pro series still retains the complex Face ID structured light component in the bangs area, but the earpiece position has been moved to the top of the screen and placed parallel to other components, which will save more space inside the bangs compared to the previous design, thus reducing the area of the bangs area.

Source 1, Source 2 (Renderings)

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