The next advanced version of Apple’s ‘smartphone’, iPhone 14 Pro, will feature a new ultra-wide lens with a larger sensor, both in the standard version and in iPhone 14 Pro Max.
the analyst Ming Chi Kuo has advanced through his personal Twitter profile that the new iPhone series will have an ultra-wide-angle camera with a higher number of pixels, which will allow you to capture sharper images in low-light environments.
With this, it has compared the capacity of the current iPhone 13 Pro, which has a 12 megapixel (MP) lens with 1.3 micrometer pixels compared to the 1.4 that the next iPhone 14 Pro will present.
This improvement in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max cameras, an advance that will be reflected in the final price of the product, due to the increase in the costs of its components. That is, both the unit price of the image sensor (CIS) and the voice motor coil (VCM) and of the camera module (MCC).
Specifically, with this update the components used will be up to 70 percent more expensive than those that make up the predecessor smartphone. However, the analyst has pointed out that the increase in the prices of other components of the new iPhone 14 Pro will be “limited”.
Likewise, Kuo has indicated that Sony, LG Innotek, Largan, VCM and Minebea will be the manufacturers in charge of providing the necessary components for these cameras.
It should be noted that another of the novelties of the future iPhone 14 Pro is the integration of alternative versions of its wallpapers for the Always On Display (AOD) system, intended for lower power consumption during your lockdown.
Other information suggests that the next Apple release will be more resistant than the one currently marketed, since it will have a titanium alloy body, at least in the Pro models.
Also, this device is expected to include a pill-shaped perforation to integrate facial recognition sensors (FaceID), instead of the brand’s usual ‘notch’.
Apple will present the new iPhone 14 on September 7, a date already advanced by Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman, in an event that will be broadcast from Apple Park (Cupertino, United States).
Source: Europa Press