Earlier this year, many reports suggested that Apple plans to bring major upgrades to the front camera of the iPhone 14 series.

Now, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has corroborated those rumors with new details about the suppliers Apple has chosen for selfie camera components.

As shared by Kuo in a blog post and also on Twitter, Apple has now selected suppliers for the front camera of the next iPhone 14 series.

One of them is already an Apple partner, that is, Sony will continue to provide camera sensors for new iPhone models. The lenses will be provided by Genius and Largan, while the new focus module will come from Alps and Luxshare.

However, when it comes to the front camera module, Apple chooses Cowell and Korean company LG Innotek as its partners.

The partnership between Apple and LG Innotek was reported last month after the Cupertino-based company excluded components from Chinese camera makers due to quality issues.

Based on Kuo's report, the iPhone 14 will bring Apple's biggest front-facing camera upgrades in years. The analyst predicts that the new camera will feature autofocus, delivering significantly better photo and video quality than the current fixed focus camera on the iPhone 13 series.

Other upgrades include a six-element lens, compared to the existing five-element lens. The front camera of the iPhone 14 is also expected to have a larger f/1.9 aperture.


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