In addition to receiving improvements via the software, it is now the turn of the hardware. According to the latest leaks, all the new Macs we see now will have a 1080p front camera. A substantial improvement over the current 720p which will undoubtedly result in higher quality in all of our video calls.
New cameras throughout the Mac family
The DylanDKT leaker posted on twitter that “the next MacBook Pro will have better 1080p cameras and also the rest of the Mac range“A statement that references the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros and will undoubtedly represent a substantial change in picture quality.
Currently, the only two Macs with a 1080p camera are the 2020 27-inch iMac with Intel processor as well as the new 24-inch iMac M1. The latter, moreover, apply various image enhancements using M1 ISP
Without official data or rumors to somehow indicate it, after the arrival of 1080p on the iMac, everything We were hoping that the new Macs would also benefit from this improvement.. So far, this is the only leak that touches on this point, although this decision undoubtedly makes all the sense in the world.
Switching cameras and devices Dylan also tweeted about the arrival of LiDAR sensors on the iPhone 13. According to the leaker this sensor will remain exclusive to the Pro line, which means the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini would not see their benefits.
Piece by piece, the new 14in and 16in MacBook Pros look clearer than ever. Those who could be the first Macs with a successor to the M1 processor inside are expected to make their triumphant entry this fall. An autumn full of news, without a doubt.