Both the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Pro range will come with a higher camera bump when compared to the 13 Pro series. The bump is thanks to the upgraded wide 48-megapixel camera sensor. This development was released a day after design schematics were leaked purportedly of the iPhone 14 Pro that seemed to suggest a slightly thicker and taller version of its predecessors.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max is rumored to be a bit shorter than its iPhone 13 version while being a bit thicker. And the main reason, experts say, is that the key objective of the prominent and large camera bump visible at the rear on the iPhone Pro and Max is the upgrade from the 12-megapixel in the iPhone Pro 13 or 12, to a 48-MP camera in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
Camera Sensor And Lens In The New 48-MP Camera On The iPhone 14 Pro Will Be Larger
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that the contact image sensor (CIS) of the 48-megapixel camera will see a 25% to 35% increase. The 7P lens height of the 48-MP sensor will also see an increase of 5% to 10%.
There are also reports that the total width of the 14 Pro/ Pro Max will increase from 7.65 mm for the 13 Pro to 7.85 for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. it is 12.02 mm thick at the bulge against the 11.45 mm bulge in the current range of handsets from Apple.
It has been reported that the 14 Pro/ Pro Max will do away with the notch for the display and go for a pill-shaped hole punch. The upcoming handsets are expected to be driven by the succeeding generation of Apple chips, the A16 bionic. Experts believe that the quality of the camera in the iPhone Pro and Pro Max will raise the quality of photography on mobile cameras to a whole new level.