Ming-Chi Kuo: It is predicted that the Apple iPhone 14 Pro / Max ultra-wide-angle camera will be upgraded to 1.4µm
Tianfeng International analyst Ming-Chi Kuo just tweeted that it is predicted that the ultra-wide-angle cameras of the two iPhone 14 Pro will be upgraded to 1.4µm (vs. 1.0µm of the iPhone 13 Pro).

Ming-Chi Kuo also said that the unit price of CIS (image sensor), VCM (voice coil motor), and CCM (camera module) has increased significantly in this upgrade, about 70%, 45%, and 40%, respectively. The price increase is limited. Sony (CIS), Minebea (VCM one), Largan (VCM two), and LG Innotek (CCM) are notable beneficiaries of the ultra-wide-angle camera upgrade.

AndroBliz learned that the ultra-wide-angle camera of the iPhone 13 Pro uses a 1/3.4-inch sensor, f/1.8 aperture, and a unit pixel size of 1.0μm. If the ultra-wide-angle camera of the iPhone 14 Pro is really upgraded to 1.4µm, it will be expected to improve the camera’s photo quality, especially in low-light environments.

It is worth mentioning that Ming-Chi Kuo also broke the news earlier today that Apple is indeed developing satellite communication for the iPhone 14/Pro series, and has completed hardware testing of this function before mass production, but whether the iPhone 14/Pro series supports satellite communication Communication depends on "whether Apple and the carriers can solve the business model" issue.

Its earlier revelations showed that Apple's next-generation A16 chip will be exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, and the iPhone 14 is still equipped with the A15 processor.

Apple's autumn conference will be held at 1:00 am Beijing time on September 8, when the new iPhone 14 series will be officially unveiled.


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