Ming-Chi Kuo a known analyst has just revealed a few interesting details regarding the upcoming Apple iPhone 13 series smartphone and future iPhones. He believes that the iPhone 13 Pro variant will sport an ultra-wide-angle lens that supports autofocus.
According to a 9To5Mac report, the analyst believes that this year’s iPhone 13 Pro’s ultra wide-angle sensor will also arrive with autofocus. This is a change from the previous generation’s fixed focus, which doesn’t let users change focus to a particular object. In other words, the addition of autofocus on the ultra wide-angle lens would enable users to have more options when taking stills or videos.
Furthermore, the analyst also added that the ultra-wide-angle camera on the iPhone 13 Pro will also have six elements instead of just five. This would likely translate to the smartphone being capable of capturing better pictures or video recordings. Notably, Kuo claimed that while only the Pro model from this year will receive the benefits of the autofocus on the ultra wide-angle sensor, future iPhones starting from the next year will also receive this upgrade.
Meaning, the Cupertino-based giant will bring the feature to all iPhone models in 2022. Keep in mind that this is still an unconfirmed report as of right now, so take this news with a pinch of salt and stay tuned for more, as we will be providing updates when additional information is available regarding this matter.
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