The website that monitors every news related to iPhone has published the details of iPhone 14 Pro which will be released next year. The American technology giant Apple released its new series iPhone 13 in September this year, after which speculations about its new model started. According to Apple Insider, a website that reports on upcoming iPhone models, features and other details, Ming Chi Qiu, an analyst at financial company TF International Securities, said that Apple will launch the iPhone 14 Pro next year at 48. With the megapixel camera and in 2023 the iPhone 15 model will be offered for sale with a periscope lens.
Ming says the upgrades will significantly increase market share, revenue and profits for Taiwanese camera maker Largan Precision in upcoming iPhone models. Apple is set to include a 48-megapixel camera sensor in the #iPhone14, according to TF Securities analyst #MingChiKuo, with a folding lens arrangement also expected to arrive in the #iPhone15. According to Ming, the 48-megapixel camera will be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro model only. With the help of this camera users will be able to record 8K video, whereas in existing models only 4K video can be recorded.
This high resolution 8K video will make the view more suitable on Apple’s AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality) headsets. Apple is also expected to introduce AR and VR headsets next year. Ming added that Apple could also use the pixel buying process to get better camera results. This technology is already being used in the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra and other Android phones like it. If Apple uses the camera binding process in the iPhone 14 Pro, it will be able to capture 48 megapixel images in higher light and 12 megapixel images in low light.
Q predicts that the iPhone 15 model will arrive in 2023 with a periscope lens. This will further increase the optical zoom capability in the iPhone.
What is a periscope lens? Periscope lens provides optical zoom capability in smartphones which is not possible in any other way in smartphones. This lens allows the user to zoom up to 5 x and 10 x optical. Existing iPhone models have a maximum zoom range of 2.5 x.