Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst and insider, said that all new iPhone 14 models will be equipped with 7P lenses. This is in contrast to older models. This will improve video quality even on lower-end iPhone models that use 12-megapixel sensors instead of 48-megapixel.
Sunny Optical has seen its shipping volumes increase by 50-60% to accommodate more premium models. Kuo stated that Sunny Optical is one of Apple’s suppliers. The same supplier increased shipping volumes for the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Max, which will result in a growth of 55 to 65 percent. This was all happening against the backdrop mass marriages in the production of cameras at Yujingguang. Apple decided to outsource production because the cameras began cracking. Kuo claimed at the time that there wasn’t a problem with the camera.
Although it is difficult to know how these lenses will improve your shooting quality, the 7P optics let in more light which allows for more detail to be transmitted to your sensor and makes it possible to improve the quality in low light.
Expect the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max to have 12MP main camera, while the Pro/Pro Max will feature 48MP sensors.
It was earlier reported that the new iPhones from Apple might be the most expensive in their line.