Will iPhone 13 make better photos? Apple would change the lens supplier

Will iPhone 13 make better photos? Apple would change the lens supplier
The well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, always close to the lawsuits of the Cupertino house, said that Apple may have made contacts with a new supplier of lenses to be used on the main camera of the future iPhone 13.

Sunny Optical , the name of the company at the center of the new rumors, would have successfully passed the approval process by Apple for the objectives implemented on the iPads and the results obtained would have prompted the US company to entrust the same supplier with the main objective to be used in the next iPhone line-up.

Currently, Apple's main suppliers for this component are Largan, Yujingguang and Kantatsu, who produce the lenses to be turned over to LG Innotek for incorporation into the camera module . Sunny Optical should therefore take on the role of additional supplier.

Apple always relies on more suppliers for the realization of the different components necessary for the realization of its products, mainly for two reasons: on the one hand, to have a greater certainty from the point of view of procurement, on the other hand for a question linked to costs. The more suppliers are used, the more an "internal" competition is created that leads to contracting the costs for each single partner company in order to surpass all the others and thus guarantee greater supplies.

Last year, the TF International Securities analyst Kuo had predicted that a new ultra-wide-angle lens with f / 1.8 aperture would also arrive with the new iPhones, currently only available for Pro models. The Ultra-Wide in question should also catch up with the rest of the iPhones only with next year's models, while for 2021 it would remain a prerogative of the more expensive ones.

First of all, the focal aperture is expected to be widened, making it go from f / 2.4 of the current iPhone 12 to f / 1.8. All things being equal, this would allow more than double the light to enter, significantly improving low-light performance. In particular, it should allow sharper and cleaner night shots.

A wider aperture would allow more light to pass through the lens, with significantly higher performance even in low light conditions even with the use of ultra wide angle. It is also expected that the ultra wide-angle lens will be able to have automatic focus for the first time, given that the current one stops at fixed.

The sources also indicate that the number of elements in the 'target will be increased from five to six. This has pros and cons but is generally done to reduce distortion, a distinctive feature of wide-angle lenses.

We could also find other juicy news on the next devices of the bitten apple, starting with the presence of a smaller notch, together with that of the LiDAR scanner which should find space on the whole series and the return of authentication via Touch ID, perhaps implemented just below the display, in Android style, is not to be excluded.

The size of the display should remain unchanged with the iPhone 13 that would continue to rely on the same 5.4 and 6.1 inch panels and dual lens cameras while the Pro variants would keep the triple lens as well as the 6.1 and 6.7 screens inches.

In short, there are all the conditions for the new iPhones to be even more interesting, we will see if confirmations will arrive with the passing of the months and why not some other ovità.

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