This year, multiple publications already hinted that Apple would be working on a major update to the front camera of the new iPhone 14. Now, it is Ming Chi-Kuo who ventures with these same rumors, confirming with detail components that Apple would have chosen for the front camera of its new flagships. And they will bring nothing but the biggest update to the iPhone front camera yet.
As the analyst was able to share on his Twitter account
But, if we talk about new suppliers, Apple will collaborate for the first time with LG Innotek to work on its front camera. The South Korean company already announced its collaboration with Apple a month ago when those in Cupertino imagined eliminating components from Chinese suppliers due to quality problems.
According to Ming Chi-Luo’s post, the iPhone 14 will feature the biggest update to the iPhone’s front camera yet. The analyst predicts that the new front camera will bring autofocus, it would significantly improve the quality when taking photos and videos compared to the current module. Other improvements include a six-part lens over the current five-part. The front camera of the iPhone 14 should also have a larger aperture of f/1.9.
However, it seems that Not all front camera improvements will come to the 4 rumored iPhone 14 models. The Pro models would get their own upgrades as new 48-megapixel wide-angle camera capable of recording in 8K. Meanwhile, the entry iPhone 14 (both “Normal” size and “Max” size) would get the same current 12-megapixel camera, not to say that other aspects wouldn’t improve with it. the news mentioned.
The new iPhone 14 will be presented in September, but new device rumors are never new and even more so when we still have the hangover from WWDC and discover news about iOS and iPadOS 16 that can give us Further clues about what news the new fixtures from the Cupertino guys could bring.