Authoritative analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that in the new iPhone 14 series, Apple intends not only to improve the rear cameras, but also to make a large-scale upgrade of the front camera. In particular, there will be a long-awaited feature by many selfie lovers.
According to the source, the front cameras of the new iPhones will use a sensor from Sony and lenses manufactured by Genius and Largan. Previously, there were rumors that Apple would partner with LG Innotek, but the latter did not pass the rigorous testing phase.
One of the major improvements to the iPhone 14 front camera will be the introduction of autofocus. Prior to this, all Apple smartphones had a fixed focus on the front. This will allow new models to accurately focus on a person while shooting photos and videos, regardless of the distance to him. In addition, the lens will become a six-element lens instead of a five-lens one, and the aperture size will increase to f/1.9, which will allow you to capture more light and make better pictures, especially in low light conditions.
There is also information that the main or ultra-wide-angle camera in the new iPhones will be with a resolution of 48 megapixels and there will be support for video recording in 8K resolution.