New leaked iPhone 13 photos reveal the shape of the camera

Newly leaked images of a device allegedly iPhone 13 indicate that it will have a larger camera bump with lenses placed diagonally, allowing users to take better wide-angle and zoomed photos. Screenshots of the dummy units of the phones were posted on the Chinese social networking site Weibo on Wednesday. One model has a diagonal lens, while previous models are arranged vertically.

Other leaks about the upcoming release expected in the fall include a slightly larger camera bump, a 2.5 telephoto zoom, and an upgrade to the ultra-wide-angle lens. MacRumors stated that the iPhone 13 camera will have an f1.8 aperture lower than the f2.4 aperture on the iPhone 12.

The lower aperture means more light gets in, which results in dynamic images and a nice depth of field, which is also useful for shooting under low light as at night. 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. According to Tom's Guide, the lenses will also include autofocus and optical image stabilization, which helps counteract shake.

As for the thick bump, it will allow the lenses to rest on the same surface, rather than protruding as in previous phones. While this may be purely for aesthetic reasons, it may be in part to allow for a wider opening and stabilization of the sensor which can be added.

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