The camera system on the back of the iPhone is certainly the second most striking feature about the beauty pageant that the smartphone has become Apple’s most recognizable design in recent years.
However, appearance is not everything. Job design is arguably even more important. A nice app will attract your attention initially, but a product that works well is something that will help retain your attention and make it work – come back for more. That is a functional design.
iPhone 12 and iPhone 13: Why do some iPhones have their main camera on top and some on the bottom?
In one incident, several things talked about why the first iPhone 12 Pro camera was mounted on the top of the triangle, while the remaining iPhone 12 series had their main cameras moved down.
Another issue was when a lot of things were written about Flaregate, and speculation that the new diagonal camera system on the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini could address the lens flare issue that has plagued iPhones for years.
The iPhone 13 and 13 Mini cameras are positioned diagonally freely because the sensors are much larger than before. They use the same cameras as Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max with sensor conversion stabilization and large physical sensors. Most importantly, Flaregate has not resolved, but it has improved.