*The iPhone 14 series of smartphones from Apple should take advantage of a better selfie module with autofocus integration.
The Cupertino firm is slowly focusing on its iPhones’ photo and video quality like the majority of the Android Manufacturers do. The firm puts its package in functionality — with ProRAW, ProRes, or Kinematic mode – and hardware.
On its iPhone 13, released late last year, the brand used a larger primary camera than those iPhones produced in 2020 as much as there were significant camera upgrades with the iPhone 13, especially on the pro variant. The selfie functionality was left out.
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, a trusted leaker concerning Apple Products. The iPhone 14 series coming this year should be integrated with a camera module for its selfies. If his information turns out to be accurate, the iPhone 14s selfie cameras would have better autofocus and a lens that supports a larger aperture.
As we both know lens with a larger aperture will allow the camera to take brighter shots. Because of this also, it will only focus on the subject by reducing the background blur thanks to the lower depth of field. The entry of autofocus in the iPhones will allow Apple to drop its fixed focus, limiting the user to take shots at a shorter distance from their device while remaining sharp.
As a reminder, the current iPhone 13s uses an aperture of f/2.2 on its selfie camera. However, this will not be the case with the expected iPhones as they switch to an aperture of f/1.9. The reduction of the sensors does not mean that the perception and brightness of the optics will completely change.
When Apple presents the iPhone 14s later, before 2022 ends. We are expecting that notch will be gone for good, but most importantly, the manufacturer will incorporate new processors on this series
The iPhone 14 series is slated to arrive before the year ends. Some of the features that we expect include a better chipset and the disappearance of the notch replaced by a pill-shaped central punch that accommodates the selfie cameras and 3D sensors for Face ID facial recognition.