There would be no hardware improvement for iPhone photography before 2023

iPhone 13

Still in our days, as confirmed in particular by the experts of the specialist magazine DxOMark, the mobiles designed by Apple are among the best photophones of the market. They are thus regularly found on the podium of the kings of the sector, closely followed by their major competitors such as Samsung or the most recent Pixels from Google.

Logically, we could therefore expect that the Apple brand would choose to make its rear sensors even more efficient in 2021. But this is without counting on the opinion of the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, based in Taiwan and which we no longer present. Indeed, the latter has just ensured that nothing would change for the iPhone 13, after having however announced the opposite.

Sony still in charge

As a reminder, the lenses installed on the back of the iPhone 12 are models EXMOR made by Japanese Sony. It already markets very popular digital and SLR cameras, and therefore has a solid experience in the field. But Huawei, a Leica partner, has also chosen a subcontractor of choice.

Either way, it is quite likely that software updates fromios come to compensate for this “lack”, if indeed it is possible to truly consider it as such. The ProRAW format, recently compatible with the Instagram social network, for example makes it easier to take night shots.

– Official

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