As we're inching towards the launch date of the 2021 iPhone line-up, or the so-called 'iPhone 13' line-up, we've been hearing more leaks and rumours pointing out what could be featured on the new iPhones.
Last month, we reported that the Pro models in the iPhone 13 line-up might feature an Always-On Display with a 120Hz refresh rate. What has now come to light, as per the analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, is that the iPhone 13 Pro Max might use a slightly brighter f/1.5 lens on top of its main sensor.
The rest of the iPhone 13 models, however, will still get an f/1.6 lens for their main cameras, which includes the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, and iPhone 13 Pro. This means that the non-Max iPhone 13 line-up will either have a similar or identical to the current main imager on the non-Max iPhone 12 line-up.
Kuo has also suggested that the entire iPhone 13 series will have a 7P lens on top of the main camera sensor, just like the iPhone 12 series. For those of you who may not be aware, a 7P lens improves the light transmission rate leading to better image quality and chromatic aberration.