According to an analyst, the next iPhone 14 Pro may be equipped with a 48-megapixel wide-angle photo sensor, Apple is abandoning its habits.
Seeing bigger in every sense of the word. This is something we can expect from the next iPhone 14, according to several rumors that are already circulating nine months after their presentation. Four models are planned, as currently, but with modified templates. Exit the iPhone mini, Apple smartphones will only exist in two screen sizes: 6.1 or 6.7 inches.
In any case this is the opinion of Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu, who was able to read MacRumors In a research note. He also argues that the camera of the two Pro models will be a leap forward.
If the two iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will sport their triple photo module with LiDAR sensor on the back, then the main wide-angle sensor will be 12 to 48 megapixels. It’s at this point that the California firm has been working to capture competition at full speed in recent years, and especially with an increasingly efficient Night Mode and one that will be at the center of future improvements. However, no changes will be planned for the ultra wide-angle and telephoto lenses that will be limited to 12 megapixels.
More RAM in sight
This information supports the earlier announcements by Ming-Chi Kuo, analyst and leading expert on the Apple case. In early spring, he mentioned support for 8K video recording on the iPhone 14 expected for September 2022, specifically with the use of pixel binning (grouping of pixels into one to capture more light). Pu also adds that the next iPhone Pro will be equipped with 8GB of RAM, compared to 6GB for the current iPhone 13 Pro. It’s not impossible if Apple intends to see even stronger photos and power, at a time when other competitors are simply bumping up the share to 12 or 16GB.
Where we can nonetheless take Jeff Pu’s forecasts with a grain of salt, as rightly noted, with mixed results for the forecasts mac rumours, It’s in their claim to switch all iPhone 14 screens to ProMotion (120Hz adjustable refresh rate). It would be a big step taken quickly by Apple, which has only taken half this year by offering the function on its iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. But this will no longer make it possible to differentiate between its two iPhone/iPhone Pro ranges and give a strong advantage to both of them.
Although we might be more than skeptical, the return of storage on the standard iPhone 14 is 64GB announced, while Apple has jumped to 128GB of basic storage this year. Despite the crisis, it seems uncertain to go back in favor of Cupertino, we are increasingly choosing photo (ProRAW) or video (ProRES) formats that consume more space. And there’s a better chance they’ll hit every iPhone over 120Hz.
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