Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro might include a main camera with 48MP resolution and 8K video capture

by - – In recent months, there have been several reports circulating regarding the next iPhone. However, although many of them have concentrated on the device’s front, the most recent source has some information concerning the device’s back. According to a TrendForce report (via 91 Mobiles), the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will include a main camera sensor with a resolution of 48 megapixels, representing a significant increase in quality above the 12-megapixel sensor now found on the iPhone 13 Pro models.

Apple claims that the increase in resolution will allow the iPhone 14 Pro models to support 8K video recording, and there is speculation that the 14 Pro’s cameras will be capable of shooting in other resolutions while also employing pixel-binning technology. The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to be released in September.

Others have speculated that the front camera and Face ID sensors on the iPhone 14 Pro versions may be repositioned into a pill-shaped design, a departure from the notch that has been present on the device since its introduction in 2017. Additionally, it has been reported that all models in the iPhone 14 series would have 120Hz refresh rate screens, and that the Lightning connector may be replaced with a USB Type-C port.

For the time being, of course, nothing is official, and it won’t be until much later in the year. Detailed information on the iPhone 14 variants may be found in a separate page on our website..