iPhone 13 Pro Max: All three cameras have new Sony sensors

Apple does not like to reveal all the details about the technical characteristics of its smartphones, but the iPhone 13 series has already gone on sale, and enthusiasts have begun to disassemble smartphones to find out what components are used in them.

Now it became known exactly which image sensors are used in the iPhone 13 Pro Max. All three main camera modules received new Sony IMX 7-series sensors, and the time-of-flight and front cameras inherited the image sensors found in the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The main 12MP camera has a 26mm focal length, F / 1.5 aperture, and 1.9μm pixels. She also received an optical image stabilization with a sensor-shift and a lens of seven plastic lenses (7P).

The ultra-wide-angle camera also has a resolution of 12 megapixels with a focal length of 13 mm and an aperture of f / 1.8, as well as an autofocus system and a six-element lens (6P). And the 12MP telephoto camera has a 77mm focal length for 3x zoom, while the 6P OIS lens has a smaller f / 2.8 aperture.

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