Although Apple hasn't unveiled the iPhone 14 range yet, analyst Kuo reveals some details about the iPhone models coming in 2023.
A little more than two months after the presentation of the iPhone 14 range, some rumors emerge about the iPhone 15 Pro models arriving in 2023.

According to analyst Kuo, the iPhone 15 Pro will be the only model in the iPhone 2023 range to integrate a periscope lens.

For those unfamiliar with the technology, periscope lenses rely on a prism that reflects light to multiple internal lenses at 90 degrees to the camera sensor. This allows the lens length to be much longer than a telephoto lens, which results in a better optical zoom. Samsung and Huawei already offer such technology in their smartphones, which allows up to 10x optical zoom and up to 100x combined zoom.

The iPhone 13 Pro offers 3x optical zoom and 15x digital zoom. Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra, on the other hand, already has a periscope lens that allows 10x optical zoom and up to 100x digital zoom. Although Apple plans to bring a periscope lens to the iPhone, it appears that functionality will be more limited than expected.

This is because, according to Kuo, the new periscope lens will be available exclusively on the largest and most expensive model, namely the iPhone 15 Pro Max . The analyst says the 1/3 ″ sensor will have a 12 megapixel resolution with an f / 2.8 aperture , sensor shift stabilization and up to 6x optical zoom.

Those who prefer smaller phones will have to wait until 2024 to get their hands on an iPhone with a periscope lens, as Kuo reveals that the technology will arrive on both iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max.

The analyst also believes that the periscope lens used in the iPhone 16 Pro models will be the same or quite similar to that used in the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Should Kuo's statements prove accurate, it would mean that Apple will differentiate the iPhone Pro and Pro Max models even more.

The iPhone 12 Pro Max, for example, was the only model with a larger sensor in the wide-angle lens and it was also the only model in the range with sensor shift stabilization. The 2.5x optical zoom telephoto lens was also exclusive to the Pro Max model.

In the past, the iPhone 6 Plus was the only model equipped with optical image stabilization, while the first dual-lens camera on an iPhone was a ' exclusive to iPhone 7 Plus. Now, iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have exactly the same cameras.

Of course, this comes as no surprise for a variety of reasons. As we already know, Apple has been trying to widen the gap between normal and Pro iPhone models, as this year's Pro models will be the only ones to have the new A16 chip.

Beyond that, there is also the issue of component pricing. While a regular camera module costs between $ 1.5 and $ 2, a periscope lens module can cost as little as $ 15. Since the iPhone Pro Max is the most expensive model in the Apple range, it makes sense that this technology is exclusive to this model until component prices drop.

Kuo expects more smartphone makers to adopt periscope lenses in the coming years, which should increase demand and production for these components, thus making them cheaper in the future.
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