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Apple intends to release the iPhone 13 in low-light photography by the end of 2021

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An ultra-wide lens with variable aperture will be added to the iPhone 13.
According to famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via ITHome), the iPhone 13 will get an improved ultra-wide lens with a variable aperture of f/1.8. This is larger than the ultra-wide lens on the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, which has an aperture of f/2.4.

The ultra-wide lens on the iPhone 13 would have a larger aperture as a result of this, allowing more light to pass through the lens. This would boost low-light shooting on the new iPhones, which is something we expect to see on an iPhone.

The iPhone 13 is expected to have upgraded cameras with a stronger focus on low-light photography, according to the latest rumours. Let’s see what the Apple rumour bag has in store for us.

An ultra-wide lens with variable aperture will be added to the iPhone 13.
According to famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via ITHome), the iPhone 13 will get an improved ultra-wide lens with a variable aperture of f/1.8. This is larger than the ultra-wide lens on the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max, which has an aperture of f/2.4.

The ultra-wide lens on the iPhone 13 would have a larger aperture as a result of this, allowing more light to pass through the lens. This would boost low-light shooting on the new iPhones, which is something we expect to see on an iPhone.

However, only the iPhone 13 Pro models are expected to get the feature, while the other iPhone 13 models (possibly the iPhone 13 and the 13 Mini) will be left out. Starting in 2022, this will be expanded to all iPhone versions.

However, there is no reason to be disappointed. LiDAR scanners and improved image stabilisation are expected to be added to non-Pro iPhone versions, which were absent from the iPhone 12 and 12 Mini this year.

Other features that could be used in iPhone 13
Aside from potential camera changes, the iPhone 13 is expected to receive a slew of other enhancements. According to previous reports, the iPhone 13 would feature a smaller notch or a notch-free design. Touch ID is supposed to return in the form of an optical in-display fingerprint scanner on the smartphones, a feature that has been available on Android phones for years and would be an interesting addition to an iPhone.

The iPhone 13 Pro models are also expected to have storage capacities of up to 1TB, addressing any storage problems that iPhone users might be experiencing due to the lack of expandable storage. Other features could include an improved A15 Bionic processor, larger batteries, and iOS 15 support. In addition, the iPhone 13 is expected to come in four sizes this year: a 5.4-inch model, two 6.1-inch versions, and a 6.7-inch model.

To be clear, there is still a scarcity of concrete details. As a result, we must take the above with a grain of salt and wait for more details to arrive.


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