Apple’s upcoming iPhone 14 Pro is expected to offer a much-improved camera system, at least in terms of raw pixel count. A 48-megapixel camera is what recent rumors have pointed to and now a new report by research outfit Trendforce is backing that up.

According to Trendforce we can expect Apple to offer a 48-megapixel primary camera on the Pro versions of its next iPhone release, although there is no mention of what the standard models will offer.

It seems likely that the current 12-megapixel part will continue there.

… a 48 million pixel primary camera is expected to be introduced to the iPhone 14 Pro series (tentative name) that Apple will release this year, further reducing 12 million pixel products to a 15% share in 2022.

That 48-megapixel camera is expected to use pixel binning to effectively create a 12-megapixel shot when required. That’s set to be the case in low light situations, but it’s also likely that the full 48-megapixel image will be an option when the light is sufficient.

If all goes according to plan we expect Apple to release the iPhone 14 lineup in or around September. An iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to be joined by an iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, ditching the mini 5.4-inch size entirely. It’s thought that iPhone 13 mini will be the last of its size.

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