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 sensors with a 1.4µm pixels resolution. Shots should be clearer and perform better in low light as a consequence. For comparison, the ultrawide cameras on the current iPhone 13 Pro duo can capture 1.0µm pixels.
A new voice coil motor (VCM) and a new compact camera module will be added to the new CMOS image sensor. These parts will all cost up to 70% more than those used in the previous iPhone 13 Pro versions. Kuo thinks Mineba and Largan will handle the VCM while Sony would provide the CMOS sensors. The primary provider of tiny camera modules is LG.
The iPhone 14 Pro series is anticipated to include a 48MP main camera with 4-in-1 pixel binning in addition to the new ultrawide module. More color-accurate photos and improved low-light performance should be present in the final photographs. Both 14 Pro versions’ front cameras will get a significant improvement with autofocus and a bright f/1.9 aperture.
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