The iPhone’s front camera has been not upgraded for a long time. Many users hope that Apple will do so with the new iPhone 14 Series. Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst well-known for his work on iPhone 14 Series front cameras added some thoughts to this concern.
Ming-Chi Kuo predicts Apple might upgrade its front-facing cameras on all four iPhone 14 models in order to offer a shallower depth of field for video calls and selfies. Apple is expected upgrade the iPhone 14’s front cameras to enable autofocus (AF) instead of fixed focus. This would be an improvement on the iPhone 13 series’ f/2.2 aperture.
The front camera of four new iPhone 14 models in 2H22 would likely upgrade to AF (autofocus) & about f/1.9 aperture (vs. iPhone 13’s FF (fixed-focus) and f/2.2).
For selfies/portraits, AF support and a lower number of f-numbers can create a shallow depth-of field effect. AF can also improve the focus effect when using FaceTime/video calling/live streaming.
Said Ming-Chi Kuo
A lower aperture support and autofocus will give you a shallower depth of field for selfies and portrait mode. This will also help improve focus quality for FaceTime and video calls, as well as live streaming.
According to reports, the iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max will have an upgraded rear camera system that features a 48-megapixel wide angle lens that records up to 8K video.
A Weibo blogger recently revealed the iPhone 14 Series metal template map. This shows the detail of four models in the iPhone 14 Series planning. The image shows that the iPhone 14 Series, just like previous rumors has a large-screen standard version with a smaller screen.
The four models are iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro MAX, the screen is unified for 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches two sizes, and the two series have a large and a small two sizes to choose from.
The back design of iPhone 14 series remains the same as its predecessor. Standard version has a diagonal dual-camera system, while Pro version has a triple camera system.