A new leak gives us a comparison of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro’s rear camera system with the iPhone 13 Pro. As per the image, the camera lenses are going to be wider and the other components will be shifted slightly to the right.
The upcoming iPhone 14 lineup is set to be announced in a few days at Apple’s special fall 2022 event “Far Out,” on September 7 alongside the Apple Watch Series 8 and possibly the second-generation AirPods Pro.
Rumored changes to the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera can be seen in alleged case
The images were shared by “yeux1122” on the Korean blog Naver and they feature a new case allegedly produced in line with the specifications of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro. Since the case can be seen on an iPhone 13 Pro, it gives us a good idea of what to visually expect from the updated camera system.
The camera system still features three Wide, Ultra Wide, and Telephoto lenses. However, they are going to be wider in diameter. In addition, the flash and LiDAR scanner will be shifted slightly to the right to account for the slightly larger lenses.
It has previously been reported that the rear-end camera for the Pro models will be upgraded to 48MP which will enable 8K video recording. The larger camera lenses are more protruding camera bump is likely a result of the rumored camera upgrade.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman recently revealed that there’s “a significantly larger camera area on the back of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max for the new 48-megapixel wide-angle system and improved telephoto and ultrawide-angle sensors.” He also expects improvements to low light photography and video recording.
The last image shared by the same account tells us the volume position will now be placed a little higher than it is on the iPhone 13 Pro.
Aside from the camera upgrades, previous reports have told us that this year’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with the A16 chip and a new elongated pill-shaped cutout for the display. They will also are expected to feature 6GB of RAM.and support 30W charging.
As for the internal storage of the device, there are some conflicting reports about whether it will start from 128GB or 256GB, given an expected price hike. Apple could also introduce eSIM-only iPhone models this year or by 2023 as adoption of the technology increases.