Wider Diameter of Rear Camera Lenses
Based on the comparison of the finished iPhone 14 Pro case and the iPhone 13 Pro, we found that the rear camera of the iPhone 14 Pro is larger than that of the iPhone 13 Pro.
Not only that, but the iPhone 14 Pro case gives us our best look at potential design changes to the camera lens, flash, and LiDAR scanner on Apple’s upcoming high-end iPhones.
The camera lens on the back of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro is significantly larger, as shown by the case image. Attempts to attach a case designed for the iPhone 14 Pro to the iPhone 13 Pro showed that each camera (wide, ultra-wide, and telephoto) would grow in size. So the flash and lidar scanners also change their positions based on the image.
Images of past iPhone 14 Pro cases and dummies show Apple plans to add a more prominent camera bump to this year’s iPhones. The larger camera lens and more prominent camera array on the back are the result of several new camera features expected. Most notably, Apple is expected to include a 48MP wide camera in this year’s “Pro” iPhone, along with improvements to low-light photography and possibly 8K video recording.
The volume buttons and volume toggle on the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro will be raised slightly. Overall, schematics of the upcoming iPhone leaked earlier this year showed a heavier and thicker design due to the larger battery and enhanced camera hardware.
Enhanced Version of A15 Chip
Just before Apple released the iPhone 14 series, reports said the lower-end iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus models will feature an “enhanced version” of the A15 Bionic chip.
The report does not provide any additional details about the chip, but there has been speculation that the standard iPhone 14 models will be equipped with the iPhone 13 Pro’s higher-end A15 chip with a five-core GPU for up to 25% faster graphics performance. In the standard iPhone 13 models, the A15 chip has a four-core GPU.
Improved graphics performance would likely be the only change to the A15 chip in the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, as the chip has the same 6-core CPU and 16-core Neural Engine in both the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 Pro.
Only the iPhone 14 Pro models are said to be upgraded to Apple’s latest A16 chip for faster CPU performance. This will mark the first time that Apple has limited its latest chips to Pro models as part of an annual refresh of its flagship iPhone lineup, resulting in a wider disparity between the standard and Pro models.
Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max at a special event at the Steve Jobs Theater on Wednesday. The Pro model is expected to have many new features, including an always-on display with a new pill-shaped notch replacement, an upgraded 48-megapixel wide-angle lens, faster RAM, and more.
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