Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max camera hardware details revealed
Apple released the iPhone 14 series last month. Like with the iPhone 13 lineup, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max share exactly the same camera hardware, which has now been revealed in full.
First off, the iPhone 14 Pro phones feature a new 48 MP camera that's hyped to deliver much better low-light performance versus the sensor on the iPhone 13 Pro models. This sensor is the IMX803, with 1.22 μm native pixels that combine to 2.44 μm after binning. Comparatively, the 12 MP IMX703 on the iPhone 13 Pro duo had a pixel size of 1.9 μm.
The ultra-wide-angle cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max get an upgrade over their predecessors as well. Gone is the IMX772 with a 1 μm pixel pitch; in its place is the IMX633 with a 1.4 μm pixel size. That was reported before launch and now appears to have been accurate. It also means the ultra-wide-angle sensor on the iPhone 14 Pro duo is on par with the main camera sensor on the iPhone 12 Pro.
The flagships also get improved selfie cameras, trading in the IMX514 for the IMX714. Technical details of those two sensors are unknown, though. The telephoto and ToF sensors remain the same as on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, however.