Many experts in the technology business, including Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities, expect that the front camera of this year’s iPhone 14 generation will be redesigned.
New iPhone 14’s front camera
The front camera, in particular, will employ a new sensor that increases autofocus, photo, and video quality dramatically.
In addition, the iPhone 14’s front camera has a 6-element lens rather than the 5-element lens of its predecessor. This will considerably improve the image quality of the camera system. The selfie camera on the iPhone 14 will have a larger aperture (f/1.9). This is regarded as a presumption for obtaining better photos in low-light situations.
This is, without a doubt, the most significant update to the iPhone 14’s selfie camera. Since the iPhone 11 until now, the device’s front camera has only had a fixed focus, no autofocus, and an aperture of f/2.2. The focusing capability, on the other hand, has been available on Android phone selfie cameras for quite some time.
Apple also selects industry-recognized brands to supply components for the iPhone 14 camera. For example, Sony will give the sensor, Genius and Largan will provide the lens, and Apple will produce the focusing module by Luxshare and the Alps.