However, a tip from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has led us to believe that the front camera on all four of the new iPhone 14 models may be upgraded (via 9to5Mac).
It has been reported that the next iPhone 14 series will include autofocus and an f/1.9 aperture. The f/2.2 aperture and fixed focus of the iPhone 13 make it an excellent camera choice. So, according to Kuo, a “more shallow depth of field effect for selfie/portrait mode” should be expected.
For FaceTime, video calls, and live streaming, Kuo says the iPhone 14’s front camera will get auto-focus. For those who are content creators or those who just need to conduct virtual meetings, Apple seems to be paying greater attention to how its devices are being utilised.
It is also possible to improve low-light performance without resorting to the strange effect of illuminating your whole screen as a pseudo-flash by using a larger aperture.
Aside from the iPhone 14 Pro, this is the only reported improvement that would apply to the normal iPhone 14 series, despite other leaked enhancements and our comparison of the two phones.
This year’s iPhones are expected to include a punch hole and pill-shaped cutout at the top of the screen instead of the bezels that have been there since the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus debuted. The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be the first Apple device to support USB-C charging.
This would be in addition to the telephoto lens and 120Hz refresh rate that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max already have exclusive access to, although there are reports that the normal iPhone 14 models might go up to 90Hz.
iPhone 14 Max, Apple’s 6.7-inch iPhone replacement, is expected to be the most intriguing new feature for non-Pro iPhones this year, according to rumours. Due to the supposedly slow sales of tiny phones, this would not come as a surprise
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