iPhone 14 Pro: This is revealed by a case leak about the cameras

iPhone 14 Pro: This is revealed by a case leak about the cameras

Apple will be introducing the new iPhone tomorrow. At the last moment, an image is circulated that should reveal more about the dimensions of the iPhone 14 Pro. What does the case leak say about the new model's cameras?

On the Korean blog Naver, user yeux1122 posted a picture of an iPhone 14 Pro case slipped over an iPhone 13 Pro. The cut-outs in the case obviously do not match the smartphone's camera module. The blog entry also states that the power button is not compatible.

Is the iPhone 14 case real?

As 9to5Mac notes, the originator of the new leak has had a mixed track record in previous Apple product forecasts. A cell phone case from an unknown manufacturer does not necessarily indicate the actual properties of the iPhone 14 Pro. The speculation about a larger camera is supported by other leaks.

Analysts confirm larger cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro

In the latest issue of his newsletter, Mark Gurman (Bloomberg) states that the iPhone 14 Pro will have improved telephoto lenses and ultra-wide-angle sensors. In addition, video recording and low-light photography have been further developed.

Earlier this year, Max Weinbach published schematic drawings of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max that suggested an increase in the size of the camera module and an overall thicker design. This development would also continue the trend that Apple had started with the – compared to the previous model – noticeably larger cameras in the iPhone 13 Pro.

Larger cameras should be equipped with 48 MP

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also expects the larger cameras to come. The reason for this is that the image quality should be increased from 12 MP to 48 MP. However, this probably only applies to the main camera of the iPhone 14 Pro.

It remains to be seen whether these expectations will be confirmed when the iPhone 14 Pro is released. We'll know for sure tomorrow.


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