The iPhone 13 Pro Max camera uses Sony’s new sensors

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Although Apple is reluctant to talk about the technical details of its handsets, after the launch of the iPhone 13 series, new handsets have been tested and now more details about the iPhone 13 Pro Max camera have been released.

Based on the post published in Weibo social network, IPhone 13 Pro Max camera sensors use Sony IMX 7 series, and the device’s ToF and selfie camera are borrowed from iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The 12-megapixel main camera has a focal length of 26 mm, an aperture of F / 1.5 and a pixel size of 1.9 micrometers. It also uses optical image stabilization, sensor change and a 7P lens.

The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s widescreen camera also has a resolution of 12 megapixels, a focal length of 13 mm and an aperture of F / 1.8. The most notable thing about this sensor is the addition of an autofocus feature.

The 12-megapixel telephoto camera also has a 77mm focal length for triple magnification, but its 6P lens with OIS has an F / 2.8 aperture. Depending on the shooting environment, users can now enjoy night mode on this camera as well.

The pre-sale of Apple iPhone 13 series phones started on Friday, September 17th, and “Ming-Chi Koo”, the famous Apple analyst, announced in a note to investors that users are more welcome to buy iPhone 13 than iPhone 12. The iPhone series were probably the most anticipated phones of this year, and now there are rumors about the next generation of these devices. It has been said so far that the iPhone 14 will be introduced with a completely different design. It remains to be seen, however, what Apple plans to do with its upcoming handsets, with rumors circulating that a clamshell iPhone will be available in the coming years.

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