Media reported that EverythingApplePro video shared information on Apple’s iPhone 13 series and rumored CAD design drawings, indicating that Apple plans to make this year’s iPhone camera module significantly larger, and it is likely to be larger. The sensor and Sensor-Shift stabilization function pave the way.
According to the CAD design shared in the video, the camera modules of iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max will all be “perfect squares.” In terms of size, the iPhone 13 Pro Max camera system will protrude by 0.87mm than the current iPhone 12 Pro Max. Therefore, according to the CAD drawings, the overall thickness of the fuselage will also increase by 0.25mm. Compared to the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the camera module will be 3.38mm higher and 4.77mm wider.
For the iPhone 13 mini, the CAD drawing shows the iPhone diagonal camera settings in a 5.4-inch form factor. From the specific measurement results of CAD, the camera module will protrude by 0.99mm than the iPhone 12 mini. The width is 3.06mm longer and the height is 0.14mm shorter. The overall thickness of the iPhone 13 mini will increase by 0.26mm.
Turning to the iPhone 13 Pro, the camera module itself will be 3.41mm higher and 4.81mm wider than the current iPhone 12 Pro. The significantly enlarged camera housing will include a larger lidar sensor, although not mentioned in today’s video, it may include better angles, edges, and AR accuracy. In addition to the increase in actual size, the camera system of the iPhone 13 Pro will protrude 3.65mm, while the current camera system of the high-end iPhone 12 Pro is 2.79mm.
Naijatechnews is informed that, in addition, according to the CAD drawings, Apple will move the iPhone 13 series handset to the frame of the display to further reduce the notch groove .
Below is the video.