One of the biggest draws of every iPhone update is undoubtedly the camera system. With iPhone 14, especially Pro, significant improvement expecteda, although so far almost no rumors have been leaked about it. However, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo points out that one such big improvement will be the ultra-wide-angle camera.

These years ago, Apple improved its wide-angle lens a lot, especially in low light, but it seems that the iPhone 14 Pro will radically change the sensor of this lens to provide better results.

Kuo’s sources note that high-end iPhone models this year will feature a new ultra-wide sensor with large pixels. Great news for those who are looking for more creativity using Apple’s more open lens. The bad news is that sensor and lens improvements will be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro.excluding standard models which also include this type of lens.

Larger sensor for iPhone 14 Pro Ultra Wide

Camera improvements, yes, will increase the price of the terminal. According to Kuo, the new components 70% more expensive than the current ones. In addition, this change in Pro will entail a change in regular providers. For this component, neither Sony, nor Minebea, nor VCM, nor Largan, nor LG Innotek will be responsible for the ultra-wide-angle camera of the new iPhone 14 Pro.

Be that as it may, in a little more than a week we will finally leave doubts when the new iPhones will be presented.

Source: Hiper Textual

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