Apple to upgrade iPhone front-facing camera with auto-focus starting with iPhone 14
With WWDC out of the way and attention now turning to Apple’s next major announcement – the launch of the iPhone 14, respected industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shared that he expects Apple to upgrade the front-facing camera system on the iPhone beginning this year with the iPhone 14, with the device rumored to feature front-facing auto-focus, and more.
According to Kuo in a new blog post on Monday, Apple has now confirmed a supplier for front-facing camera elements for the iPhone 14, claiming that the upcoming device will significantly improve the selfie and video performance thanks to upgraded camera hardware.
It is understood that Apple will bring its front-facing camera upgrades to all four iPhone models this year, including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Last month YouTuber and leaker Jon Prosser shared a set of concept images showing us what the iPhone 14 Pro will probably look like, featuring pill-shape and circular display cutouts, new purple finish, and more.
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