The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to get a much improved camera, with a sharper 48-megapixel sensor.
iPhone 14 camera
According to tech analyst Jeff Pu, the iPhone 14 Pro (Max) will get an all-new wide-angle camera. This is the main iPhone camera, listed as “1x” in the Camera app.
The sensor of this camera already has it Since 2015 Same resolution: 12 megapixels. These pixels have gotten larger over the years, each capturing more light. This particularly benefited from performing in the dark.
However, in 2022, it looks like Apple is throwing it in with a new 48MP sensor. As a result, in situations with adequate lighting (outdoors), you will get images with much more detail than before. This way you can enlarge the image without its poor quality.
the smallest pixel
Because the pixels are getting a lot smaller, this usually means that photos in the dark will look worse. However, this is not expected to happen due to the use of “pixel grouping”.
With pixel grouping, the camera combines information from four pixels into one. The built-in pixels capture just enough light to maintain performance in the dark like your current iPhone.
This means that the pictures in the dark It will still be limited to 12 megapixels, while photos with sufficient light will be much clearer.
iPhone 14 . version
It’s easy to predict when the iPhone 14 will launch: new iPhones are almost always announced in September, so we’re assuming September 2022.
The iPhone 14 is expected to get a new design, no more notch (notch in the screen), 8 GB of RAM and therefore a much improved camera. Read more about us iPhone 14 . folder.
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source: Mac rumors