Doubts raised over iPhone 13 quad-camera rumor – AppleInsider

Distinguished leaker Jon Prosser has solid doubt on a leak claiming to element the digicam format of the “iPhone 13,” saying that there is a “0% likelihood” of that format within the 2021 flagship.

On Might 28, a picture was shared on Twitter by a leaker often called “Fudge” displaying what they described was the deliberate digicam bump design of the “iPhone 13.” Slightly than a triple-camera setup, as used within the iPhone 11 Professional and iPhone 11 Professional Max, Fudge claimed Apple would as an alternative swap to a four-lens association, with an added LiDAR module beneath the bump itself.

In response to the picture, Jon Prosser posted to Twitter declaring the illustration was “not actual,” and that the format for the “iPhone 13” or “12S” can be the identical as for the “iPhone 12.”

The image of the supposed 'iPhone 13' camera bump and LiDAR sensor.

The picture of the supposed ‘iPhone 13’ digicam bump and LiDAR sensor.

In response to a question from a follower about how the unique posting of the rumor hedged bets by suggesting it might not be true this early within the product’s improvement, Prosser added “we’re speaking 0% likelihood of this being it.” Prosser additionally added there “was no cause to publish this picture.”

Fudge claimed the “iPhone 13” can have a 64-megapixel broad lens digicam with 1x optical and 6x digital zooms, a 40-megapixel telephoto digicam with 3x to 5x optical and 15 to 20x digital zoom, a 40-megapixel ultra-wide with 0.25x “optical reverse zoom,” and a 40-megapixel anamorphic lens sporting a 2.1:1 ratio.

If true, this could signify a substantial improve in digicam decision for Apple, because the iPhone 11 Professional’s cameras all use 12-megapixel sensors.

Present rumors for the “iPhone 12” counsel it may inherit the LiDAR sensor from the fourth-generation iPad Professional, offering it with rear-mounted depth sensing. There has additionally been the suggestion of an improved digicam module with larger sensors and modifications to the digicam components.

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