Apple’s official protective case shows that the iPhone 13 Pro’s rear camera has greatly increased in size

IT Home September 17 News Apple’s latest iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have comprehensively improved the camera hardware functions. These improvements require a redesign of the phone’s camera module.

The new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have received many camera upgrades, including larger apertures for wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle lenses to enhance low-light performance. The wide-angle and telephoto modules add an extra lens, while the telephoto camera has obtained an equivalent focal length of 77 mm, which increases the optical zoom capability, and the ultra-wide-angle lens also adds a new autofocus system.

In order to apply new camera technology, Apple has expanded the size of the rear cameras of the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, as can be seen from the official protective case.

As shown in the picture above, the silicone protective shell designed by Apple for the iPhone 13 Pro has designed a much larger cutout for the rear camera system of the phone, measuring approximately 38 mm × 37 mm. Put the phone case on the iPhone 12 On the Pro, it shows that the incision area has been greatly increased.

IT Home understands that the camera “bulge” of the iPhone 13 and 13 mini is expected to increase slightly, because Apple had to make concessions for the new sensor shift anti-shake technology of the wide-angle lens, which arranged the two lenses diagonally. It is not stacked vertically. Apple’s highest-end iPhone 13 Pro Max camera system will also increase in size. All iPhone 13 series cameras will “bump” higher from the body to accommodate the new internal components.

In other words, the protective case of the iPhone 12 series cannot be used on the iPhone 13 series. Users need to pay attention to this.

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