Everything indicates that Apple will incorporate a new front camera in its upcoming iPhone 14 smartphones. A thesis previously raised by Ming-Chi Kuo and now corroborated by another source.
At stake is a new ETNews report reporting a change in supplier for this component. The reason is precisely an increase in the quality of the iPhone 14’s front camera.
Apple wants better quality in the front camera of the iPhone 14
The iPhone 14’s new “top” quality front camera will have a real impact on some Apple options. In order to achieve the much-desired improvement, the American will have even switched to a Korean supplier.
According to ETNews, Apple will work with LG Innotek and Sharp to supply these front cameras. A move that will mark the end of a long-standing collaboration with a Chinese company.
The reasons for this transition are related, among other factors, to the expected increase in the acquisition cost of this component. Apparently, the new camera will be three times more expensive than the one currently used.
Another reason that led to this change is precisely the quality desired by Apple. Something that leads us to believe that its current supplier cannot reach the levels of quality desired by the American technology company.
This change would be planned for the launch of the iPhone 15, to take place only in 2023. However, the details revealed above will have forced Apple to anticipate its strategic decision.
I remember that Ming-Chi Kuo was the first to predict a change in the front camera of the iPhone 14. This analyst reported a new quality standard for this component.
According to their predictions, the new sensor will have a larger focal aperture, strictly speaking, an aperture of f/1.9. For comparison purposes, the current sensors used by Apple offer an aperture of f/2.2.
Another relevant fact is the inclusion of an autofocus technology in the front camera of the iPhone 14. Allied to the details mentioned above, a notable increase in the general quality of the front camera of these devices is expected.
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