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The M1 iPad Pro is a macro king, but don't expect an iPhone to be the same

The M1 iPad Pro is a macro king, but don't expect an iPhone to be the same

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Today saw the news that the brand new M1 iPad Pro is quite the macro photography whizz thanks to the new camera system used up front. That's excellent news for anyone wanting to walk around with an iPad as their camera, but what about those of us who want to just use our iPhone to get the job done? Unfortunately, it doesn't look like we can expect iPhone 13 to pull off a similar trick. The folk behind Halide noted that the new ultrawide camera used in the new iPad Pro allows for some astonishing macro shots to be taken. But developer Sebastiaan de With also noted that the only reason this is possible is likely to be down to the extra room Apple's engineers have to play with. Basically, the iPad Pro is a chonky boi and our itty bitty iPhones likely don't have to room to spare. He's probably right, too. Writing about the photos coming out of the new iPad Pro, de With said: I was pretty astonished. Lots of detail, despite iPad's smaller sensors. One of the reasons iPads might focu...