The iPhone 13 is about half a year from its launch. But the well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has already advanced with details of what he expects to see on the iPhone 14. There is good news in terms of photography, and goodbye.

iPhone 14 will have 48MP main sensor, according to Ming-Chi Kuo

In a note to investors released by Apple Insider, Kuo predicted that the iPhone 14 will arrive with a main sensor of 48 megapixels 1 / 1.3 ”CMOS. As described, the sensor can be hybrid, maximizing the pixel size, and capitalizing on the ability to collect good light.

According to the source, this could thus be “significantly larger than the available iPhone 12 and iPhone 13, and even existing Android. It will be close to the size of a compact digital camera ”.

It is also expected that this sensor will arrive with support for video recording up to 8K, not being “limited” to the current 4K. The sensor in question will be produced by Sony, with LG working on the module.

The current camera module on the iPhone 12
The current camera module on the iPhone 12

iPhone “mini” will be discontinued

In 2020 the cracked apple company did something “that only Apple would do”. The technology from Cupertino launched the iPhone 12 mini, which marks the return to small smartphones, since it has only 5.4 ”inches.

Ming-Chi Kuo says that this model will be discontinued in 2022. According to the source, only 6.1 ”and 6.7” inches will be launched there. Although this is not stated, it indicates that the iPhone 13 mini will be a reality.

Recall that the iPhone 12 mini has not been the sales success that Apple expected. Still, nothing prevents it from being among the 10 best-selling smartphones globally.

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