Apple is gearing up for the official launch of the iPhone 14 series next September, and mass production of the new models will begin soon.
Interestingly, Apple will make some changes with the launch of the new iPhone 14 series, and the company will introduce a new model called the iPhone 14 Max, which replaces the Mini version and will come with a 6.7-inch screen, just like the Pro Max. telephones.
However, the biggest change coming this year is the division of the series into flagship and non-flagship phones, a strategy that will remain with the iPhone 15 series and the company will continue to ignore technologies for its fans.
The A15 Bionic processor is likely to return, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max will be powered by the new A16 Bionic processor. According to them, only the Pro models get the new perforated design.
After years of hesitation, the company is finally bringing a periscope camera to phones. However, this feature will be exclusive to the more expensive iPhone 15 Pro Max. Therefore, other devices in this series do not utilize the zoom capabilities of this camera.
Only the iPhone 15 Pro Max comes with a periscope camera
The iPhone 15 Pro Max is the first iPhone with a periscope camera, analyst Ming-Sio Kuo said in a tweet. As for the iPhone 15 Pro, it will still have a telephoto camera.
According to the analyst, the periscope camera will offer 6x zoom, which is twice the zoom height of the phone, and will have a 1/3 12-megapixel sensor and sensor switching installed.
iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Specifications
It is worth noting that the size of the device may also be responsible for offering this exclusive feature, which is not available in smaller Android phones. Modules take up more space than telephoto lenses, so they often come with larger phones with more space. It sports a 6.1-inch screen.
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