The iPhone 14 line is close to debut — and with that, rumors and leaks are in full swing. Among the main rumors is the update of the cameras of Apple’s new smartphones.
For now, nothing is official, at least until the apple company presents the gadgets. However, according to the website MacRumorsthe main novelties in the camera part will be available exclusively on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models.
These “premium” models are expected to feature a new 48-megapixel wide camera – with a technology that uses smaller pixels than those used in the previous generation models.
On the other hand, the sensor had a 21.2% increase in relation to the width of what comes on the iPhones 13 Pro – thus ensuring a larger area of light capture.
With the presence of the new A16 Bionic chip, it is also expected that the set can record videos in 8K resolution, in addition to making images with finer details – however, with a greater risk of noise.
According to leaks, photos taken on the new iPhones 14 Pro are still delivering images in low-light environments with lower results than last year’s iPhones. However, it is believed that the problem will be solved via software, starting with the release of iOS 16.
The devices will also have a telephoto lens that has 7 elements – against 6 of the iPhone 13 Pro -, in addition to a front camera with a larger aperture of f/1.9 (in the previous generation it was f/2.2).
Basic iPhone 14 will also have camera improvements
According to information from component supply chains, the basic iPhone 14 as well as the iPhone 14 Max (unofficial name) will still retain a 12-megapixel main camera, as with the iPhone 13 lineup.
However, as with the “Pro” models, the new iPhones 14 should also feature improvements to the front camera, such as an updated autofocus, as well as the larger f/1.9 aperture. This will allow you to take better photos at night, with these modifications representing the biggest update to selfie cameras on iPhones since 2019. CNET.
So far, rumors indicate that the Apple event should take place this year on the 7th of September, with the four models of the iPhone 14 line being sold from the 16th of the same month.