iPhone 14 Pro gets main camera upgrade, analysts say

Deepak Gupta January 12, 2022
Updated 2022/01/12 at 5:55 PM

For the first time since September 2015, the apple will update your main camera iPhones. And for the second time there is a rumor claiming this change. According to market analysis company TrendForce, the manufacturer will replace the 12 MP main camera with a 48 MP one. Before TrendForce, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo already speculated this change.

iPhone 14 Pro with 48 MP camera

THE apple must perform the upgrade on the main camera only for the lines Pro and Pro Max of iPhone 14. TrendForce has not published any information about a possible update on the other models. With this upgrade, the market share of smartphones with a 12 MP camera it would drop to 15%. According to analyst Kuo, the new hardware will allow the iPhone record in 8K resolution. The last time the apple increased the MPs of iPhone It was in 2015, in 6s. The 8 MP camera gave way to the 12 MP sensors. Auxiliary lenses would maintain the 12 MP setting.

New on iPhone 14: without mini, with Max

even before the apple launch the iPhone 13 there were already rumors about their iPhone 14. THE apple will abandon the iPhone mini to give way to iPhone 14 Max. This new model, with a 6.7-inch screen, was created for the manufacturer to occupy a market share dominated by rival Samsung. It will be between the base iPhone 14 and the Pro. In the information about the 14 Max released by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there was already talk of a price of approximately US$ 900 dollars for this model.

The iPhones 14 will also be Apple’s first without a SIM card slot. From now on, only iPhones with eSIM. Apple will also sell models with an option of up to 2TB of storage. The new iPhone 14 line is expected to have an OLED display and punch hole front camera, where the camera is located in a hole in the screen. This technology was already speculated for the iPhone 13 series. apple to the notch on the screen.

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Via: Apple Insider

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