Three Major Camera Improvements May be Coming to iPhone 13

The iPhone 12 premiered with an improved camera system, but 2021’s iPhone 13 is predicted to take mobile photography to the next level with three major camera hardware improvements.


The ‌iPhone 12‌ lineup offered a range of significant camera improvements, with a larger aperture on the wide-angle lens and an improved, seven-element lens assembly, and Sensor-shift optical image stabilization and a deeper telephoto lens on the 12 Pro Max model. There was also a number of computational photography improvements, such as the introduction of Apple ProRAW, Night mode portraits, Smart HDR 3, HDR video recording with Dolby Vision, Night mode Time-lapses, and Night mode and Deep Fusion on the front-facing camera. Next year, the ‌iPhone 13‌ is expected to focus on three main areas of improvement: the Ultra-Wide lens, sensor size, and sensor-shift stabilization.

Ultra-Wide Hardware Improvements

Supply-chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects the aperture of the ultra-wide angle lens on

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PS5 Wishlist: Improvements We Want To See

After months of anticipation, Sony’s PS5 is finally out now. Although it’s only just now getting into the hands of eager fans, we’ve had the chance to interface with the console for quite some time. In our testing, we began to consider what Sony could do to further improve its next-generation console, whether it be through firmware updates or future hardware iterations.

Below we detail our biggest wishes for PS5 after using the console for a few weeks and what we think would help the PS5 shine even brighter than it already does. As a note, this article is focused more on the console from a feature-set or quality-of-life standpoint, so don’t expect any wishes about specific game franchises coming back.

After you’re done reading, be sure to jump into the comments to share your biggest wishes for the console moving forward. If you’re still on the fence about buying

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Charlotte’s Web: Modest Improvements (OTCMKTS:CWBHF)

Investors interested in the Charlotte’s Web Holdings (OTCQX:CWBHF) story won’t find the Q3 results terribly meaningful. A leader in the domestic hemp-CBD market is more reliant on FDA regulations than the current difficult market environment. My investment thesis remains bullish on the stock here still below $4 after trading above $20 last year.

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Standstill Mode

While CWH continues to build the company for long-term growth, the business is for the most part in standstill mode. The actual investment story is based on when the FDA removes restrictions from hemp in food products.

For Q3, sales rebounded to $25.2 million, up from $21.6 million in the prior quarter. A big portion of the increase was the inclusion of revenues from Abacus Health Products for the first full quarter. The acquisition added $2.5 million in Q3 sales, up $1.9 million from only $0.6 million in the prior

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