Apple has been using a 12MP camera on its flagship smartphone since its release in the iPhone 6s. While this may be true, Apple has been able to make full use of those twelve megapixels, presumably pushing the iPhone 13 to its technological limits.
According to a new report, iPhone 14 Pro models expected to be released in September 2022 have a 48MP main camera. An analyst at Haitong International Securities has shared the research note with MacRumors, which is based on the findings of the report.
According to Pu, the iPhone 14 Pro’s ultra-wide and telephoto cameras on the back of the phone will still have 12MP resolutions. Pu’s description of the primary camera echoes that of another well-known analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo. Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro will be able to shoot 8K video thanks to its new 48MP camera, according to Kuo.
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Both of the iPhone 14 Pro models will come with 8GB of RAM, up from the 6GB found in the iPhone 13 Pro. This is a significant upgrade. The extra RAM on the new iPhone isn’t necessary for most things, but it’s possible that it’s there to support the 8K video recording that was mentioned earlier. An enormous amount of fast memory is required for high-definition filming.
Additionally, Jeff Pu makes a few predictions for the iPhones that will be released in the coming year. According to the CEO, there will be smooth displays with a 120Hz refresh rate across the board, even in the non-professional models. He says Apple will return to offering 64GB of storage for its base regular iPhone models in 2022, instead of the 32GB it offers now, as he claims.
You may want to take the last sentence with a grain of salt because it seems unlikely that Apple will bring back 64GB models with 120Hz screens. Jeff Pu has a hit-or-miss track record when it comes to accuracy. Another source claims that the iPhone 14 models will feature 60Hz displays.
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