Next week, Apple will reveal the next-generation iPhone. The iPhone 14 Pro may include a redesigned display and better cameras, according to reports. This year’s high-end iPhone models will have a new ultra-wide lens with bigger pixels, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Moreover, Kuo tweeted that the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will have a new ultra-wide lens with a larger sensor and more pixels. Larger pixels allow for more light and less noise without post-processing, which is beneficial for low-light scenarios.
iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max have 12-megapixel ultra-wide lenses with 1.0m pixels. However, Analysts anticipate this year’s Pro models’ ultra-wide lens will contain 1.4m pixels. New parts are 70% more expensive than old ones.
Sony, Minebea, VCM, Largan, and LG Innotek would provide the ultra-wide camera components, according to Kuo.
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iPhone 14 Pro camera upgrades
Previous sources say the iPhone 14-Pro’s ultra-wide lens isn’t the only one updated. New models will include a 48-megapixel wide lens capable of 8K video. The front camera’s bigger f/1.9 aperture sensor and autofocus will improve low-light photos.
Not so with the iPhone 14 entry-level devices. The iPhone 14 will have similar cameras to the iPhone 13 and a slightly enhanced A15 Bionic chip with more RAM and a better GPU.
The iPhone mini will be replaced with a 6.7-inch model this year.
iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone14 Pro will have larger batteries, an always-on display, and a pill-shaped front-facing camera instead of a notch. Analysts expect the iPhone14 Pro lineup to cost more.
Apple’s next event is Sept. 7. 9to5Mac will cover the event as usual.