I have shown you the difference in camera size between the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro. It does not bother me in the least, but it has consequences when you add a case. For the iPhone 12 Pro, a leather case would make the back of the phone flat, so that you lay it down on a table without rocking and the camera glass would still be protected. The iPhone 13 Pro is different. The leather case has an extra protrusion that protects the lenses.
Remember, the iPhone 13 Pro got thicker by a fraction of a millimeter and houses a larger battery. With the old camera I could have imagined an ever thicker body that negates the necessity of a protruding lens. But the new camera will never fit in a phone body. And that is true for all serious cameras. The lens always sticks out.
There you have it. It’s not an iPhone. It is the iCamera. All of these photos were not shot with an iPhone but with a vivo X60 Pro. The iPhone 13 is not the only camera that can shoot up close.
5 thoughts on “iPhone 13 Pro :: Another camera perspective”
I am fine with a Camara bump sticking out. But I do not understand, why it is placed in a corner. Using a bar design would really help these phones sitting on a table without rocking around.
Another point: why does no case add another bump in the opposite corner to prevent rocking?
Ahhh. I’m using it wrong… Should hold it in my hands all the time. 😉
So you are waiting for the Pixel 6?
“And that is true for all serious cameras” – this lets me remember our loved 808… 😉
I like it. You can grab the phone by the cameras when pulling it out of your pocket.
Today i got my hands on an iPhone 13 Pro (Max) for the first time.
The size of the camera module is really impressive.
But currently i have no need for a new iPhone. My iPhone Xr is still good enough for another year.
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