Rumors have been circulating as Apple prepares to debut the much-anticipated iPhone 14 series later this year. The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, according to analyst Jeff Pu, might be the first iPhone models to sport a 48MP primary lens. Now, famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has indicated that the iPhone 14 Pro models’ higher camera hump is due to the 48MP sensor at the back, based on newly leaked schematics. Let’s take a closer look at the specifics.
Apple boasts about smaller notch than before.
Apple boasts that this year the notch gonna be smaller, but it’s still there and Apple has a really great word to share with us. In 2022 the new iPhone 14 pro/pro max is likely to include significant features, which includes a higher refresh rate.
The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a larger camera bump.
If you’ve been keeping up with the newest iPhone 14 news, you’re probably aware that tipster Max Weinbach recently published the iPhone 14 models’ schematics, which show the “hole + pill” punch-hole display on the front and larger camera bumps on the rear.
Kuo responded to these schematics on Twitter, claiming that the greater camera hump is due to the larger 48MP sensor in the back. The diagonal length of the 48MP image sensor will expand by 25-35 percent, and the height of the 48MP sensor’s 7P lens will increase by 5-10 percent, according to Kuo. You may see the tweet directly below.
Apple’s iPhone models currently use the same old sensor for the main lens.
Apple’s iPhone models currently use the same 12MP sensor for the main lens. According to Apple’s rules for accessory makers, the camera hump on the current iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max is 3.60mm tall. According to the latest schematics, the rear camera bump on the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will be 4.17mm tall, which is a huge increase.
Aside from that, the new iPhone 14 series is likely to include significant advancements in RAM and display. Apple will only offer its new A16 Bionic technology with the higher-end iPhone 14 models, according to Ming-Chi Kuo’s report. The current A15 Bionic chipset will be used in both the basic iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max. So, how do you feel about the new iPhone 14 series? Please let us know in the comments section below, and stay tuned for more information.