Monday, January 24, 2022

Apple iPhone 14 Pro will come with a 48MP camera, iPhone 15 could feature a periscope lens

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2021 is almost done, but the leaks and rumors related to the next-generation Apple iPhone Series are just beginning to surface, already. There is already quite a bit that we know about the Apple iPhone 14 line.

Now, a new report courtesy of MacRumors has cited analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s research note from TF International Securities and claims that the Apple iPhone camera technology will be upgraded drastically over the next two years.

iPhone 14 Mock Roundup 2

It further emphasizes that the upgraded camera will help Taiwan-based manufacturer Largan Precision boost its market share, revenue, and profit. The company is the world’s largest supplier of smartphone camera lenses and accounts for nearly 30% of the market share across the globe.

The Apple iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to feature a 48MP primary sensor which will have support for 8K video recording.

The high-quality videos will be suitable for AR/VR devices from Apple once it gets launched.

The camera on the iPhone 14 Pro models should be capable of capturing both 48MP and 12MP mages via pixel binning, a technology that is already being used on other premium flagship smartphones in the market.

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It is also being reported that the Apple iPhone 15 Series launching in 2023 will feature a periscope lens. This further adds to the ‘oomph’ of the Apple iPhone Series as it would boost the photography output.

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