Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, claims that the firm is planning to bring major updates to the front camera of the iPhone 14. With the WWDC 2022 event coming to an end, Apple Inc. is all set to launch its iPhone 14 series in India and the markets. As expected, Apple will unveil its next-generation iPhone, which may be called the iPhone 14, in September this year. The latest rumors surfaced from renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who claims that the firm is planning to bring major updates to the front camera of the iPhone 14. In his tweet, Kuo said that the firm has now locked out suppliers for the front-facing selfie camera of the iPhone 14, which is getting the biggest upgrade in years.
Elaborating on the details, Kuo further said that Apple had chosen Sony to provide the sensors for the new iPhones, Genius and Largan would provide the lenses for the new iPhones, and Alps and Luxshare would provide the new focus module. At the same time, Kowell and LG Innotek will partner to provide the front-facing camera module to Apple.
48-MP sensor wide camera may take place
In his blog, Kuo said the new camera will feature autofocus – for better photo and video quality, and other upgrades include a six-part lens instead of the current five-part lens. A larger aperture is also expected for the lens, which will house the new wide camera setup with a 48-MP sensor.
WWDC 2022 announcement
Earlier on June 6, Apple Inc. released a software update for its iPhones, announced the Buy Now Pay Later option, and introduced a MacBook Air with its latest M2 chip. Apart from this, Apple also introduced a new automobile dashboard that will be available in the new Ford and Jaguar models with lots of collaboration and data security features.
During WWDC 2022, Apple said that the latest iPhone operating system would feature a new lock screen with additional widgets, more customization, and a new notification method. Users will be able to pay with Apple Pay wherever they are accepted and pay in four installments over six weeks at no extra charge.
Among other details, Kuo’s report states that Apple may eliminate the ‘iPhone Mini’ model this year and is likely to release the iPhone 14, Max, with a larger screen alongside the vanilla iPhone 14.