Information continues to come for the iPhone 15 models, which is the most anticipated smartphone of September. Claims have intensified about the cameras that will be included in the latest iPhone 15 Pro Max smartphones . It was stated that the camera, which will be used on the phone for a few months, will be 48 MP and the main sensor will grow as it is.
Now there is a leak that will strengthen these claims. This time it was shared by Ice Universe and the main sensor on the phone was once again highlighted.
What kind of camera will the iPhone 15 Pro Max come with?
If we look at the sharing made by Ice Universe , we will see 48 MP Sony IMX903 sensors as the main sensor on the new smartphone . With the new sensor, which will appear as 1/1.14 inches , the camera capabilities are expected to increase considerably.
It is claimed that the quality of night shots will increase significantly, as the sensor, which is claimed to be used in the Pro Max model, will have more light gathering plus.
Coming to the basic Pro model of the phone, it is claimed that the iPhone 15 Pro series will also use a 48 MP but IMX803 sensor.
With the 1/1.28 inch sensor, we can say that the Pro will be a little behind the Pro Max model this time. Of course, if we accept the leaks correctly.
Apart from these renewed main cameras, the iPhone 15 Pro series will also offer a periscope camera this time. Although late, the periscope camera, which we will see in the iPhone series, will also have the ability to zoom up to 6x , which is also one of the remarkable information among the claims.
The iPhone's main camera is improving every year, which is commendable, with 15pm approaching 1 ".
iPhone 15 Pro Max :IMX903，≈1”
iPhone 14 Pro:48MP, IMX803,1/1.28
iPhone 13 Pro：12MP，IMX703,1/1.63
iPhone 12 Pro：12MP, IMX603，1/1.78
iPhone 11 Pro：12MP, IMX503, 1/2.55
— ICE UNIVERSE (@UniverseIce) April 23, 2023
If these claims are evaluated, we will see very ambitious cameras of the new iPhone Pro family. If you say that only the changes made in the camera will be enough for users to switch to the new iPhone model, here is the question mark.