The technical specifications of iPhone 14 Prowhich should have a 48MP camera as the main sensor. The information arrived online also seems to emphasize the distance between the Pro and Pro Max versions compared to the standard and Max versions. In fact, only the Pro versions will have new generation chips and 120Hz LTPO screen.
iPhone 14 Pro, specifications revealed: it will have a 48MP camera
In recent weeks, several news have been emerging regarding the iPhone 14, which are entering the final stages of production for an arrival on time in September. The Pro variants seem to change a lot from the last generation. They have a double pillar opening at the place of the notch for camera and FaceID. In addition, they have a new sensor from 48MP for superior video and photography.
Instead, it appears that the standard models and the Max model (same specs as the standard but 6.68 inch screen) will still have the A15 Bionic processor presented this yearalbeit with more RAM (6 instead of the current 4GB).
Instead, iPhone 14 Pro should improve photographic and computational capabilities compared to the current generation. In fact it will come with chips A16 Bionic (manufactured by TSMC with 4 nanometer process) e 6GB of LPDDR5 RAMwith flash memory da 128GB a 1 TB. It should have a display 6.06 inch LTPO OLED with variable refresh rate and resolution from 2532 x 1170 pixel.
The main sensor of the camera should be from 48MP and have an opening from 1/1,3. Apple should instead use 12MP sensors for ultra-wide and telephoto, like the current generation.
Finally, it looks like the iPhone 12 Pro should be using one body in titanium alloy. And it should be priced at about $ 100 compared to the current generation (currently starts at 1,189 euros on the site, even if online it is also under a thousand euros).
However, we point out that this is unofficial information. Indeed, the analyst Ross Young on Twitter ha denied the screen size, saying they should be slightly larger than the current format. We will keep you updated on the rumors, even if the announcement should take place in September 2022.