one Note on Chinese social media site Weibo Apple wants to use a 21 percent larger sensor behind the wide-angle camera in the iPhone 14 Pro than was the case with the iPhone 13 Pro. The image resolution should increase from 12 to 48 megapixels.
The number of 48 megapixels is not the only thing mentioned in the Fishing 8 amount. The individual pixels are said to measure 1.22 µm each. This is a reduction of 0.68µm compared to the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. For this reason alone, the iPhone would have a higher resolution, but there is also a larger sensor surface.
The camera system of the iPhone 14 Pro should again offer a dual pixel auto focus and come from Sony. As usual, HDR videos should be able to be recorded at up to 60 frames per second. The device’s sensor is said to be 1/1.3 inch in size. For comparison: The iPhone 13 Pro has a 1/1.65-inch sensor. A larger sensor area also requires a larger lens. This could cause the camera hump of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max to become significantly thicker. It remains to be seen whether the users will like this. We think that the camera quality is the most important feature and the size of the optics comes second.
What is your opinion?
How is it with you? Given the choice, would you rather have a thinner iPhone or a better camera? Feel free to write something about your decision and a reason in the comments, we are very excited.
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