An eye specialist in San Diego was so impressed with the iPhone 13’s camera that he has been using it to take Macro images of his patient’s eyes.


A few days into its release, the iPhone 13 Pro has found more beneficial uses than just clicking a barrage of selfies. The new Macro mode is incredible at capturing close-up photos and videos with the camera that a San Diego ophthalmologist and digital health innovation specialist at Sharp Healthcare used to take macro images of a patient’s eyes. On his Linkedin profile, Dr. Tommy Korn posted this cool new feature, “Been using the iPhone 13 Pro Max for MACRO eye photos this week. Impressed. Will innovate patient eye care & telemedicine. Looking forward to seeing where it goes…Photos are from healing a resolving abrasion in a cornea transplant. Permission was obtained to use photos.”


He also mentioned, “PS: this ‘Pro camera’ includes a telephone app too.” Those who often term these devices as luxurious can now witness them adding significant value to professions. If you really think about it owning one expensive iPhone is better than owning several devices. You don’t even need a separate camera as the new models boast an upgraded ultra-wide lens with a larger f/1.8 aperture and 120-degree field of view that is capable of capturing Macro images with 2 centimeters of distance.

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It is easy to understand the fantastic feature by seeing Dr. Korn’s images of one of his patients healing from a resolving abrasion in the cornea transplant using the iPhone 13 Pro Max. , optometrist Dr. Jeffrey Lewis also commented on Korn’s post agreeing that the iPhone 13 Pro Max camera ‘could be yet another way to impress, manage, nurture long-term relationships with our patients.’

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[Via: 9to5Mac]

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