Details of the Apple iPhone 13 camera leaked, promising even greater upgrades | Instant News


Apple will launch iPhone 12 series later this year. Already, many leaks have revealed key improvements that came in the 2020 model. Now, new leaks claim to reveal what the Apple iPhone 13 camera can offer.

The latest information comes through “choco_bit” aka “Fudge” which has been publishing leaks around Apple products lately. According to the leak, Apple can upgrade the camera on the iPhone 13 with as many as five sensors. Settings, of course, included LiDAR sensor which is expected to debut on the iPhone this year.

Leaking claims the Apple iPhone 13 can come with a 64-megapixel wide-angle lens with 1x optical zoom and 6x digital zoom, 40-megapixel telephoto lens with 3x-5x optical zoom and 15x-20x digital zoom, 64-megapixel anamorphic lens for video, 40- .25x megapixel ultra-wide-lens, and LiDAR sensor.

Fudge also posted a scheme for visualizing camera modules on the iPhone 13. This does not look much different from the existing settings but has a larger number of sensors.

Before we get too excited about the greatness of the iPhone 13 camera, the whistleblower warns that information must be taken with a pinch of salt.

However, it’s still too early to talk about the iPhone 2021 and Apple has a long history of making changes to the product several months before launch. Onleaks, a popular whistler, too disagree with a new leak.

So far iPhone 12 series he continued, there is still no clarity about what camera upgrades we will see. According to reports, Apple iPhone 12 can use a 64 megapixel wide-angle camera. The LiDAR sensor can also debut on the iPhone this year.

Apple iPhone 12 series is expected to arrive between September-November this year. This series will reportedly feature as many as four models. Two high-end models will hold three cameras and a LiDAR sensor. Other features expected from the iPhone 12 include an OLED screen, 5G connectivity, and the latest generation Bionic chipset.


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