iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max have absolutely identical camera characteristics, unlike iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max

In case you are wondering if there is a difference between the camera system of the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max, there is not.

Whether you choose the iPhone 13 Pro or the Pro Max, you get the same camera features.

Last year, the iPhone 12 Pro Max had a better camera system. It had a wider aperture for superior low-light performance and optical image stabilization for perfect shots every time compared to the iPhone 12 Pro. Needless to say, you were missing out on the camera if you really like the finer details.

However, this time around, that’s not the case at all. Whether you buy the iPhone 13 Pro or the iPhone 13 Pro Max, you get the same set of lenses, the same camera features, everything is the same. There is no difference in all this time. You have to decide whether to go for the 6.1-inch screen or the 6.7-inch screen. I think it is a much easier choice to make.

Here are all the camera features, straight from Apple’s

Professional 12 MP camera system: telephoto, wide-angle and ultra-wide angle cameras
Telephoto: ƒ / 2.8
aperture Wide: ƒ / 1.5
aperture Ultra-wide: ƒ / 1.8 aperture and 120 ° field of view
3x optical zoom in, 2x optical zoom out; 6x optical zoom range
Digital zoom up to 15x
LiDAR Scanner-enabled night
mode portraits Portrait mode with advanced bokeh and depth control
Portrait lighting with six effects (Natural, Studio, Outline, Scenery, Scenery Mono, High-Key Mono)
Dual optical image stabilization (telephoto and wide angle)
Sensor shift optical image stabilization (wide angle)
Six-element lens (telephoto and ultra-wide angle); seven-element lens (wide angle)
True Tone flash with slow sync
Panorama (up to 63MP)
Sapphire glass lens cover
100% focus pixels (wide)
Night mode
Deep fusion
Smart HDR 4
Photo Styles
Macro Photography
Apple Pro RAW
Color Capture Wide for photos and Live Photos Lens
correction (ultra wide angle)
Advanced red-eye correction
Photo geotagging
Automatic image stabilization
Burst mode
Captured image formats: HEIF and JPEG

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