You might be able to dismiss talk about Apple increasing the rear-camera resolution on the next iPhone 14. According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The Pro and Pro Max editions of the next-generation iPhone will actually increase the bump.
The reason, he claims, is to allow a larger camera with a 48-megapixel camera system. A huge upgrade from the 12-megapixel sensor on the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max. Kuo tweeted on Sunday. According to him, this will increase the diagonal length of the camera bump by around 33%. While increasing its height by approximately 10%.
Kuo’s prediction contradicts earlier claims that a revamp for the upcoming flagship phones would remove the bulky camera bulge in the iPhone 13. Which holds two or three lenses depending on the model. Leaker Jon Prosser, who has a mixed track record of accuracy. Projected that the iPhone 14 would eliminate the bump entirely. Implying a larger chassis for camera components.
Another iPhone 14 rumours have stated that Apple will ditch the front notch on the Pro models in favour of a smaller hole-punch camera. – a display with only a small circular cutout for the front camera. Another theory holds that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will feature a hole and pill-shaped cutout to accommodate the front-facing camera and Face ID.
Apple is likely to conduct its annual fall iPhone event in September, as it does almost every year, with the phones arriving shortly after.
Apple did not reply immediately to a request for comment.