The generally reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the “iPhone 13” range will have the same four sizes as the iPhone 12, but this and the 2022 models will see significant upgrades to ultra wide cameras on high-end phones.
As pre-orders for the iPhone 12 Mini, and iPhone 12 Pro Max begin, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting a return to the regular launch schedule for “iPhone 13,” along with what in 2021 and 2022 Have to do, it explains some of the first nuances about the iPhone.
In a note to investors viewed by Appleinsider Kuo notes that four models will appear again in the “iPhone 13” range. Each of the four is expected to be the same size as the current iPhone 12 range.
However, where each iPhone 12 model has the same ultra wide camera, “iPhone 13 Pro” and “iPhone 13 Pro Max” will see improvements. Currently the iPhone 12 is ultra wide camera af / 2.4, 5P lens.
If Koo is correct, the two high-end “iPhone 13” models will have an ultra wide lens instead of f / 1.8 and 6P. Instead of the currently determined 13 mm focal length, this would include variable autofocus.
According to Kuo, that improvement will also be retained for the “iPhone 14” range of 2022. What could change the mix of suppliers providing components for these cameras, Kuo predicted, was that Largan would manufacture the necessary voice coil motors that move the lenses.
Even the iPhone 12 range pre-orders were higher than those for the iPhone 11 model, Kupp expects more for next year’s phone. He predicts that the regular September return of new model unveils will contribute to boost sales.
Plus Kuo believes 5G will become more established by September 2021. While Apple has introduced 5G with all models of the iPhone 12, the cell companies’ infrastructure for faster service lags behind expectations.