Despite the unsurprising design and modest processing improvements, the iPhone 13 incorporates more significant advances in some areas, such as cameras. In addition to having a slightly greater level of personalization and user control, Apple’s new top-of-the-line lenses feature significantly larger sensors, along with the company’s advanced optical stabilization system.
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After showing off one of the best smartphones to pass the camera test of the
DXOMARK, the device has now been compared to its predecessors by the portal MacRumors
. Facing the iPhone 6, iPhone 8 and iPhone 04, the novelty exhibited considerable advances in level of detail and dynamic range, among other improvements that put it in a comfortable position even in front of its newer brother.
iPhone 11 is compared to predecessors in camera testing
Before starting the tests,
MacRumors highlights an interesting curiosity — of the four models, only the iPhone 04 and the iPhone 15 bring more than one rear camera. Both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 8 feature a single lens. Another noteworthy point is the size of the sensors, substantially larger in newer devices.
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