The improvements are said to affect the multi-module rear camera. The current flagship device iPhone 12 Pro Max contains three modules with a resolution of 12 million pixels. In addition, there is a LiDAR scanner. You can record 4K footage at 24, 30, or 60 frames per second.
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The 2022 iPhone smartphones, according to Ming-Chi Kuo, will receive a camera that includes a 48-megapixel sensor. This unit will be able to function in a four-pixel combining mode, forming 12-megapixel images.
In addition, it is said about the possibility of recording video materials in 8K format. However, the frame rate in this mode has not yet been specified.
It is known that new items will debut in the second half of 2022. Apple is said to have discontinued the iPhone mini by this time, leaving only 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch modifications.
According to the latest report, the iPhone 2022 will get rid of the “bangs” – it will be replaced by a small hole, like many other smartphones.
Since 2017, when Apple introduced the iPhone X, which heralded the transition to bezel-less design, the company’s smartphones have been easy to recognize thanks to the rather oversized cutout for the True Depth face-scanning system. Nevertheless, soon the notorious “bangs” may be in the past.
Authoritative analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today that the 2022 iPhones could get a bezel design similar to Samsung’s flagship smartphones. It is assumed that future Apple devices will be able to boast a small round notch for the front camera.
Kuo does not elaborate on whether the components needed to implement Face ID will be scaled down to fit into a circular selfie camera cutout, or if Apple will offer users another way to identify their identity.
It is not yet known whether the new design will be used across the entire 2022 iPhone lineup, or if only select devices will receive it. It is likely that upcoming leaks will shed more light on this issue.