As excitement surrounding Apple’s imminent iPhone 13 launch is getting more spiced up. A piece of news comes from iPhone wired, which states that LARGAN Precision Co(a supplier of smartphone camera lenses to Apple Inc) sales are expected to sky-rocket from next month due to lens supply to iPhone13 (could be iPhone 12s) which may release in fall 2021.
Recently, LARGAN Precision announced that the company sales in May were NT $3,359 million, down by 1.17% month-on-month and 12.95% year-on-year. But some of the US investors expect LARGAN Precision to attract a huge audience in the second half of 2021 (July-December) with the launch of the upcoming iPhone around the corner.
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iPhone 13 Camera Specifications (Rumored)
A report by MacRumors suggests that camera aperture will be f1.8 on the upcoming iPhone. The smaller the aperture number, the more light the lens allows in, which results in better-quality images, particularly in low light. The phone is also expected to have a major improvement in the super wide-angle lens. There might be a possibility that the lidar feature – currently only available on top-end models iPhone 12 pro and iPhone 12 pro max, would be available on the entire iPhone 13 range.
The Taiwanese company had a strong relationship with Apple for a long time. Also, both of the companies are working together since the launch of the iPhone 4s. So, we can expect the news to be true.