Tuesday, Sep 06, 2022, 15:59 iOS: Hardware

The iPhone 14's Massive Cameras – Protection Case Documents Growth, Considerable Improvements Expected

The iPhone 6 brought more than just a larger display – it also introduced a new decision from Apple. Whereas the previous iPhone 5s had a flush camera, the iPhone 6's camera module jutted out a little in the back. This sorted for intense discussions, partially due to the new optical appearance as well as the slight wobbling when the device is placed face up on a table. Those hoping for a return to a flush camera system, however, found themselves disappointed – instead, the module becomes larger with seemingly every release, with the Pro models possessing massive dimensions and even three big lenses.

Cameras Getting Larger & Larger
As recognizable from early design blueprints, the iPhone 14's camera module certainly isn't set to get any smaller. This applies to each individual camera, each of which should see an enlargement – which is most likely to improve photo quality in low-light conditions. According to recently leaked protection cases produced ahead of the highly awaited smartphone's launch, it's quite easy to notice where the iPhone 14 and 13 differ from each other. Sine there's a considerable increase in the overall diameter, it's already possible to give some pretty safe predictions: Camera and video functions are likely to be a big focus of this year's iPhone launch.



Significantly Larger Sensors Require Larger Optics
As per a recent statement from well-known branch expert Ming-Chi Kuo, the growth should accomplish more than improving "low light" capture quality behavior – it should also increase the overall resolution. Whereas the iPhone 12's camera module supported up to 12 megapixels, it's entirely possible that the iPhone 14 Pro and Max could support up to 48. According to Kuo, the image sensor should increase in size by about 35% – whilst the lens system will require more space and become slightly taller. Meanwhile, we'll have to wait on the release in excitement until we can appreciate the full extent of Apple's improvements to the iPhone 14's photo and video quality.

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