It looks like that Apple’s newly launched iPhone 13 Pro has a bigger camera bump than its predecessor. According to the Apple Insider blog, the iPhone 13 Pro Silicon Case has a quite bigger camera cutout that measures around 38mm x 37mm which is visibly bigger than the iPhone 12 Pro’s camera bump. This time Apple has introduced much-improved camera resolution and plenty of additional features to the whole iPhone 13 series and especially iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.
Apple iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max comes with a number of camera upgrades that include larger apertures on wide-angle and ultra-wide angle lenses for optimized low-light performance. Whereas the wide and telephoto lens adds an additional lens element apart from the telephoto camera that offers a 77mm focal length for increased optical zooming capabilities.
Whereas the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini models also have a slightly bigger camera bump than the previous generation. It may also be possible that Apple has included new sensor-shift stabilization on the wide-angle camera by placing the two lenses diagonally this time rather than arranging them vertically. This can cost a slightly enlarged area or camera module on the rear side.
Needless to say that Apple’s higher-end iPhone model iPhone 13 Pro Max also has an increased camera module in size. Early orders will start to arrive on September 24, 2021, onwards.