iPhone 15 Lineup's Camera

Entire iPhone 15 Lineup’s Camera Specs Detailed in Last-minute Leak

Many of the rumored features for the iPhone 15 lineup, including periscope zoom and 48MP main cameras for all models, have been confirmed by a new camera spec roundup.

In a few days, Apple will reveal the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, but the rumors won’t stop until then. The most recent last-minute leak claims to have an accurate camera specification sheet for every iPhone 15 model.

According to information obtained by MacRumors, most of the rumors about the iPhone 15 cameras will prove accurate. Here are all the details regarding the periscope lens for the iPhone 15 Pro Max and the 48MP sensor for the standard models.

This data seems to confirm several rumors in one place, but it doesn’t seem to contain anything entirely new.

iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max (Ultra)

Three cameras will still be housed in a slightly larger camera bump on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. To fit the rumored periscope zoom lens, the camera bump size change is probably required.

The primary camera has the same Sony IMX-803 image sensor and f/1.78 aperture as the iPhone 14 Pro’s 48MP sensor. Apple is raising the specifications for the Ultra Wide and Telephoto cameras to 13.4MP and f/2.2, respectively.

There are also changes in the design and type of telephoto lenses. The zoom will increase from 3x to between 5x and 10x using a periscope lens system.

To fit, this big system needs a lot of room inside the gadget. The iPhone 15 Pro is too small to support a periscope lens, but Apple rearranged the parts in the iPhone 15 Pro Max to make it work.

The periscope lens will be available in both high-end iPhones in 2024, according to the report, as Ming-Chi Kuo has previously predicted. According to rumors, the feature would be available on the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Ultra because they are bigger, measuring 6.3 inches and 6.9 inches, respectively.

The periscope telephoto lens is not included in the camera system upgrades for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. Image quality will be improved as a result of the slight increase in resolution for the Telephoto and Ultra Wide cameras.

iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus

For Apple’s standard iPhone cameras, there is less to discuss, but the updates are significant. Despite not being the same 48MP sensor used by the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro, the Main Camera is being upgraded.

The 48MP sensor will still use pixel binning to capture 12MP images, just like the iPhone 14 Pro. The non-pro device won’t support Apple ProRAW, but RAW 48MP image capabilities can be unlocked by third-party apps.

According to reports, Apple tested stacked and standard sensor systems for the iPhone 15. It is unknown if this made it into the final production models, but if it does, it will enhance readout times and low-light images.

According to the report, the Ultra Wide camera’s 12MP and f/2.4 aperture remain the same.

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Source: appleinsider

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