iPhone 13 Pro Cameras May Take Even Sharper Ultra-wide Photos Than iPhone 12 Pro
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max may shoot sharper photos and videos with several camera upgrades, according to new rumors – but the improvements may not come to the lower-end iPhone 13 handsets.
The iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max cameras will reportedly improve their ultra-wide cameras by adding sensor-shift optical image stabilization (OIS) and autofocus, sources told Digitimes.
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The iPhone 12 Pro Max was the first iPhone to pair its main camera with sensor-shift OIS, which shifts the sensor instead of the lens, resulting in sharper photos, as MacRumors points out. It’s unclear if the same upgrade will be made to the main camera on the iPhone 13 Pro, but augmenting the 13 Pro and Pro Max’s ultra-wide cameras with sensor-shift OIS should result in sharper photos when using that lens.
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