The latest speculation comes from reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, and it comes as the iPhone 14 launch event is rapidly approaching. According to rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max would have brand-new ultrawide camera sensors with a 1.4 m pixel resolution. Shots should be clearer and perform better in low light as a result.
For comparison, the ultrawide cameras on the current iPhone 13 Pro duo can record 1.0 m pixels. A recent report claims that the iPhone 14 Pro will come with a new ultra-wide camera, which Apple plans to introduce at its launch event in September. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 series Pro models will include a new ultra-wide camera with a bigger sensor for greater low light sensitivity, but the technology will be significantly more expensive.
iPhone 14 Camera Will Have Ultra Wide Angle
“I anticipate that the ultra-wide cameras on the two 14 Pro models will increase to 1.4Aum (from iPhone 13 Pro’s 1.0Aum).” In this upgrade, the unit prices of the CIS (CMOS image sensor), VCM, and CCM (compact camera module) have significantly increased by roughly 70%, 450%, and 40%, respectively, according to Kuo. The price increases for other components are modest. The major winners of the ultra-wide camera update are Sony (CIS), Largan (second supplier), and LG Innotek (CCM), Minebea (first VCM provider), it was said.
According to Kuo, the long-rumored satellite communication feature, which is anticipated to be used in emergencies for phone or messaging services, could be present in the next iPhone.
This year’s firm major product introduction is scheduled for September 7.
The forthcoming 14 will come in four different sizes: a 6.1-inch model, a new 6.7-inch model, a 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and a 6.7-inch 14 Pro Max, according to sources. About two months after the next-generation iPhone 14 is produced in China, it will be produced in India.