What you need to know
- Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that we can expect the iPhone 14 Pro models to get a new camera.
- Expectations are high that the new iPhones will come with a 48-megapixel camera.
- The iPhone 14 Pro recently saw some schematics leak, showing a larger-than-life camera bump.
Recent schematics show that the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro will have an even larger camera bump than the current iPhone 13 Pro but that's all part of the plan, says analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Taking to Twitter, Kuo noted that the larger camera bump is down to the use of a new 48-megapixel camera. The camera will be physically larger to accommodate the larger sensor — hopefully allowing for even better photos to be taken.
Beyond the larger camera bump, we don't expect any huge design changes between iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro devices. The largest change of all will be the removal of the notch, however, with a new pill + hole punch design replacing it. That design will only be available on the higher-end Pro models this year with some suggestions having it trickling down to the non-Pro models next year.
If all of the camera reports are accurate we can expect the best iPhone photos ever taken, something that Apple will surely make a big deal of during an expected September announcement.
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