Apple’s iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max will have a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera replacing the 12-megapixel one. An analyst from TF Securities International says ultra-wide-angle and telephoto systems are better now.
Kuo says a 48-megapixel sensor will replace a 12-megapixel sensor in the iPhone 16 Pro and 16 Pro Max. Through pixel binning, even though the output is still 12 megapixels, this hardware upgrade should deliver superior image quality.
Apple iPhone 16 Series To Feature Tetraprism Camera
Genius Electronic Optical of Taiwan is an essential supplier of the iPhone 16 Pro’s ultra-wide-angle lens. Genius will also make a tetra prism telephoto lens for the smaller iPhone giving it optical zoom like the larger Pro. It shows Apple’s commitment to delivering consistent camera performance.
Among the iPhone 15 Pro features is a 5-megapixel telephoto camera with optical zoom. Optical zoom will be enhanced on the iPhone Pro and similar camera hardware. According to Kuo, the iPhone could attract 5 to 10% of users.
Will iPhone 16 Pro Have a 48 MP Ultra-wide Camera?
Kuo says the iPhone 17 series will feature a more advanced selfie camera. Upgrades include moving from a 12-megapixel sensor to a 24-megapixel sensor with a 6P lens. Image quality should be significantly improved as a result of this shift. Due to the higher cost of 6P lenses over 5P lenses, Kuo anticipates a substantial rise in Genius’ revenue.
Staying on top of smartphone photography technology is essential to Apple. As part of Apple’s commitment to high-quality imaging, upcoming iPhone models will raise the bar on photography and videography. Apple’s commitment to advanced cameras reinforces its leadership position as the smartphone landscape evolves.