A new silicon case revealed for the sake of the latest iPhone 13 Pro has gone on to suggest that this phone could easily make way with the largest camera module of any iPhone up until this point. This of course is inline with the suggestion that the latest phone from the tech giant is making way with even more camera improvements than last year’s Pro model.
Indeed fitting the iPhone 13 Pro case on an iPhone 12 would just go on and give you an idea as to how massive the difference actually is. In accordance with an image shared, it’s also rather safe to assume that the iPhone 13 Pro will be making way with a camera bump which will be larger by a third. This also makes way for amusement when you consider the fact that the size of the notch has also been reduced by a third as well.
Announced on Tuesday, the iPhone 13 Pro makes way with a number of upgrades when it comes to the camera. The primary camera has actually gotten a new larger sensor with a wider f/1.5 aperture for a 2.2x improvement in low light shots.
The ultra-wide sensor has also seen some upgrades too and now makes way with f/1.8 aperture. This of course is much larger than the iPhone 12 Pro’s f/2.4 equivalent. Last but not least, the 12MP telephoto lens has also gotten a boost from a 2x optical zoom on the iPhone 12 Pro to a 3x optical zoom on the iPhone 13 Pro.
There also aren’t any crazy megapixel counts to be seen on the sensors this year either as all the cameras make way with 12MP sensor, including the selfie shooter – all of course the same as the predecessor.
Still though, the camera upgrades are indeed significant enough to justify to a much larger camera module. Moreover, the depth of the overall camera package has also likely been increased as well – all in all causing it to protrude more than ever before.