Although the California-based Cupertino giant is highly anticipated to launch its next-gen iPhone 13 series this year, the next year’s iPhone 14 series’s reports are already pouring in. According to a noted Apple analyst’s current recommendations, the company is likely to cut down one iPhone model from its iPhone 14 series.
We have got this information from Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s preeminent analyst. According to him, the Cupertino giant will not release a 5.4-inch iPhone, or we can be called it iPhone mini as we know it, in 2022. Apple will provide different specifications as an alternative in its traditional and big iPhone models.
However, the 5.4-inch display size models are coming in its iPhone 13 series, which is expected to roll out later this year. Apparently, the iPhone 13 series will be the last light of the day for the Apple iPhone mini-series.
The consideration is in business with the lower sales that the iPhone 12 mini has heeded in Apple’s worldwide markets. If the market performance is replicated this time, it won’t be astonishment that the iPhone 13 mini will be the last of its sort.
Kuo further shared details about other iPhone models expected to roll out in 2022, along with the tip on the mini iPhone model. This means a convincing camera upgrade on all the iPhone models, beginning from the base variant.
A report issued by 9to5mac suggested that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to come with a 48-megapixels primary camera as per Kuo’s statement. This will mark a tremendous rise from the 12-megapixel sensors we witness on iPhone 12.
Furthermore, another cause for a considerably immeasurable camera output on the models will be each pixel’s extended raw size. Kuo further added that the company is anticipated to increase each pixel’s size to around 2.5um, much higher than the 1.7um pixels utilized in iPhone 12. Consequently, the iPhone 14 series will then be capable of taking in more light.
However, Kuo does not provide any information regarding developments on the non-pro variants in the series. Nevertheless, he does confirm that the 48-megapixels camera will be restricted to the pro models only.
The iPhone 14 series is going to roll out with a considerable upgrade on the video front apart from the image-capture ability. According to Kuo, all iPhone 14 models would feature 8K video recordings implemented for the first time.