We’ve got some news about the next iPhone and it looks like it is coming with quite the main camera upgrade.
A recent Bloomberg report hints at a 48 MP main camera for the upcoming iPhone 14, among other rumored new features.
One thing that the news website does explain, however, for those of you that may be wondering is whether or not the design of the next iPhone will be changing. Bloomberg outlines how Apple is on a three-year design cycle for their smartphones with the first year debuting the new design, the second iteration improving upon it, and the third version as the final incarnation of a particular design direction. From that standpoint, the iPhone 14 will be the third in the current look and isn’t going to change much on the outside.
The mini variant is being discontinued due to low demand while the new sizing is 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches respectively for iPhone 14 and Max versions. And that new camera we mentioned? It’s going to be used to give the Pro models some extra oomph over the rest of the lineup along with an A16 chip (while regular models stick with the A15). There are also ongoing efforts to integrate satellite features into the next-generation iPhones and even Apple Watches although that could still be some time away.
What features would you like to see in the next iteration of the iPhone? Does giving the pro versions a better camera make you more likely to check it out? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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