Apple enters 2020 in full swing. iPhone 14 Pro with one more change in the camera

The improvement of the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera components is to be comprehensive.

It has long been said that Apple will abandon the 12-megapixel main camera in favor of the 48-megapixel sensor after 7 years. However, this is not supposed to be the only change that will bring the iPhone 14 Pro closer to several-year-old Android flagships.

iPhone 14 Pro with a larger ultra wide-angle camera matrix

Last year’s iPhone 13 Pro uses an ultra-wide angle camera with a modest 1 / 3.1 inch size. This translates into a single pixel size of 1 micrometer.

Such sizes have not been seen in flagship androids for a long time. Huawei Mate 20 Pro had a larger sensor (1 / 2.7 inch) already in 2019. In 2020, the Galaxy S20 series appeared, whose representatives got a 1 / 2.55-inch sensor. At the same time, the Xiaomi 10 Pro with a matrix slightly more modest (1 / 2.8 inch), but still larger than that still used by Apple, hit the market.

Meanwhile, according to the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 Pro is to get an ultra-wide angle camera with a 1 / 2.55 inch sensor and 1.4 micrometer pixels. This means a 40% increase in size from generation to generation and reaching the level of the Samsung flagship of 2020.

The larger matrix should translate primarily into better photo quality in more difficult lighting conditions and greater background blur when taking macro photos. Unfortunately, it is to be reserved for the most expensive models of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max.

The premiere of new smartphones is on September 7.

Miron Nurski, editor-in-chief of Komórkomania


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