iPhone 15 Pro Max Cameras in Detail: Serious Improvement Will Be Made

As September continues to approach, new information and rumors about the iPhone 15 series continue to increase. In this context, the latest information focuses on the iPhone 15 Pro Max cameras.

This year, Apple is said to position the periscope zoom lens only on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. The new information states that this camera will be a Sony signed sensor with a resolution of 48 MP. According to the statements, there will be a significant improvement in sensor size compared to the previous iPhone 14 Pro Max.

iPhone 15 Pro Max camera is full

Last year was a year when Apple increased the main camera size to 48MP for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max and took a big step forward in terms of hardware. According to Ice Universe, one of the most reliable names in the whisper world, the camera resolution will remain the same on the iPhone 15 Pro Max, but the Sony IMX903 unit will be switched on the sensor side.According to the source, the size of the main sensor will be close to 1 inch, although not as big as the one on the Xiaomi 13 Ultra. Specifically, the main camera of the iPhone 15 Pro Max is said to have a sensor size of 1/1.14 inch, which is larger than the 1/1.28 inch of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

As most of our readers know, there are some natural benefits that come with increasing sensor size. The most important improvement among these is that more light enters the camera in low light conditions, thus capturing more details. When you add the periscope lens feature, which is said to support 6x zoom, you have an extremely capable camera system. In addition, the iPhone 15 series is now expected to come with the traditional Type-C port instead of Lightning. The new series will be introduced in September as every year.

İdris Salman

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