The next iPhone’s ultra-wide-angle could be even better

iPhone 13

After rumors about the optical stabilization of the device, here is new information straight from Taiwan trying to tell us more about the future high-end smartphone from Apple. This time it is once again the famous analyst from TF Securities, Ming-Chi Kuo, who spoke about the mobile’s back camera.

Whether it is called iPhone 13 or iPhone 12S, the latter could thus benefit from an improved ultra-wide-angle lens with an aperture reaching f / 1.8 for its most expensive variations. The company responsible for its manufacture would be Sunny Optical. In its factories, a similar component and currently developed for the iPad Pro would then serve as the basis for designing its portable equivalent.

Deliveries in the first quarter

In reality, orders for the tablet sensor would actually only represent 15% of the total volume sold to Apple. They would also be scheduled by the end of March, which therefore suggests that theiPad Pro with a new mini LED screen is indeed already in the boxes.

This kind of hallway noise remains an assumption at this stage, caution is still in order. Indeed, it is entirely possible that Cupertino’s plans will change by the end of the year, or that Kuo is wrong as he has done in the past.

– Official

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