Reports suggest that the front-facing camera on the forthcoming iPhone 14 series will purportedly receive significant changes. In fact, a well-known analyst has compiled a list of adjustments to look forward to in terms of optical enhancements.
iPhone 14 front camera to have a larger aperture
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is increasing the number of suppliers for camera parts that will eventually be included in the iPhone 14 series. He previously predicted that LG Innotek will supply Apple with high-quality front camera parts. This comes after Chinese manufacturers were unable to secure a deal with the business. The Chinese counterpart didn’t pass Apple’s rigorous testing process.
Moreover, Sony will continue providing sensors to Apple for its iPhone 14. In addition to that, the lenses might be supplied by Genius and Largan. On the other hand, Alps and Luxshare are likely to supply the camera’s focus modules. In terms of improvements, Kuo claims that the new front-facing camera will offer autofocus. It would result in higher-quality photos and video than those that simply support fixed focus.
What’s more, Apple is also going with a six-part lens, or 6P lens, as opposed to a five-part lens, or 5P lens, on prior modules. The iPhone 14’s front-facing camera is also reported to have a bigger F/1.9 aperture. A bigger aperture means the sensor could collect more light, which will be useful in low-light situations.
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Details about the rear camera
According to the analyst, Apple will offer 48MP main camera sensors to its iPhone family for the first time. On top of that, the company is also working on focusing capabilities for the ultrawide-angle device. It may also be the first time Apple adds functionality for 8K video recording to an iPhone. The only disappointing aspect of all the big camera enhancements is, that they result in a larger bulge at the back.
Apple might release the upcoming iPhone 14 series later this year. Therefore, we will have to wait to see the actual changes Apple will bring to the devices.
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