iPhone 13 series Face ID reconstruction, bangs smaller, ultra-wide-angle lens upgrade

According to Macrumors, a report shows that Apple’s iPhone 13 series will use a redesigned Face ID system to achieve a smaller gap at the top of the screen.

DigiTimes cited supply chain sources as saying that Apple’s next-generation iPhone’s Face ID system will be changed in design, the groove at the top of the screen will be reduced, and the ultra-wide-angle lens will be upgraded from 5P to 6P.

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According to the source, the new design integrates Rx, Tx and flood illuminators into the same camera module, similar to the LiDAR lidar in the rear camera module to achieve a smaller notch size.

In addition, the iPhone 13 series will continue to be equipped with the 7P lens module used in the 2020 iPhone, but the iPhone 13 Pro model will be equipped with a larger CMOS image sensor (CIS), and the non-Pro model will inherit the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. CIS.

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