iPhone 16 Pro should gain Wi-Fi 7 support and 48MP ultra-wide camera, according to a rumor published Tuesday (15). So-called changes planned for the series, which will debut in 2024, were announced by analyst Jeff Pu.

According to the technologist at Haitong International Securities, Apple will continue to expand support for the latest wireless networking standards in its devices. The technology will be added to Pro models next year. Currently, the company is still launching Wi-Fi 6E.

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Supporting up to 6 GHz bandwidth, this technology has found its way into Apple products such as iPad Pro, 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, Mac mini and Mac Studio. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, which are scheduled to be released in September, must also comply with the standard.

Already in 2024, the turn to receive support for Wi-Fi 7 will come to the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max, according to Pu. In addition to reduced latency, the technology makes it possible to simultaneously transmit and receive data at higher speeds of up to 40 Gbps on the 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 6 GHz frequencies.

Camera improvements

when it comes 48MP ultra-wide camera on iPhone 16 ProThe analyst points out that the update will bring improvements in images with 0.5x zoom, especially in low-light environments. With the change, the sensor will let in the most light.

Upgrade can still make the most advanced versions of iPhone 16 save photos in ProRAW format with 48 MP lens in ultra-wide mode, as highlighted by MacRumors. This model is known to offer a higher level of detail in images, providing more flexibility in editing.

According to speculation, it is possible that the new ultra-wide lens will also receive Pixel Binning technology found in the iPhone 14 Pro series for better shooting in poor lighting conditions. It is worth remembering that the current series has an ultra-wide sensor, but is limited to 12 MP.

Source: Tec Mundo

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