48 megapixel camera just come iPhone 14 Pro, Pro Max
The difference between the Pro and standard versions of the iPhone will be more obvious this year.
Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro will get a substantial camera boost, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max variants, in particular, will sport a 48 MP primary sensor (wide angle).
If the rumors are true, this will be the most significant iPhone camera update yet. Apple has continued to employ 12MP sensors in its iPhone models since the launching of the iPhone 6s in 2015.
Only the Pro versions, according to Gurman, would have a 48 megapixel camera, while standard iPhone models will only have a 12-megapixel primary sensor. For the first time, Apple’s new A16 CPU will be available solely in the Pro variants.
Meanwhile, the A15 chip seen in the iPhone 13 will be used in the iPhone 14 and 14 Max (or an improved variant of this chip).
Apple’s camera improvements are frequently targeted at iPhone Pro models. The Pro models will contain an additional telephoto camera, which is a departure from previous years. The main camera on both variants, however, is the same.
According to Gurman, this year’s iPhones may include satellite connectivity. This capability will be useful for iPhone users making satellite calls, according to Gurman, but it will also be used to notify emergencies.
Apple will include this capability in the Apple Watch version 2023 as well.