As Apple’s fall event approaches, rumors about the iPhone 14 series are mounting. Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that the iPhone 14 Pro series will use a 48-megapixel primary camera.
Digital blogger released two photos of the rear camera module of the iPhone 14 series today, the basic version and the Pro version. It can be seen that there is almost no gap between the lenses, making full use of the module space, which is significantly larger than the previous generation.
From our previous resources, the sensor size of the primary camera of the iPhone 14 Pro will be increased to 1/1.3 inches, with a single pixel of 1.22 μm, and supports four-pixel integration (12 Megapixels). This sensor may be customized for Sony.
The reason why the iPhone14 Pro needs to upgrade the imaging module should be to comply with the industry trend. After all, recording 8K 16:9 video requires at least 33 million pixels. At present, the 200-megapixel Android flagship is about to be released. It seems unreasonable if Apple still insists on the ancestral 12-megapixel.
With more robust imaging hardware, the price of the iPhone14 Pro will definitely increase. According to the source, Anthony, the price of the iPhone14 Pro starts at $1,099, which is $100 more than the iPhone 13 Pro.
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Do you think the lens upgrade of the iPhone 14 Pro series is worth it?