Apple announced last Wednesday (7) the new line of smartphones, with some important updates to the cameras. According to the first tests carried out with the iPhone 14 Pro, photos captured with the 48 MP sensor take up to three times more space compared to the previous 12 MP component.
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The information was obtained through a quick hands-on video, in which youtuber Sara Dietschy shows some details of the iPhone 14 Pro camera app. There, a 48 MP image (8,064 x 6,048 pixels) takes up 80.4 MB of space.
This value is within the estimates given by experts before the launch of the iPhone 14 line. In addition, a code found in the iOS 16 files already indicated that images captured with 48 MP in ProRAW mode would have about 75 MB.
This detail must be taken into account by the consumer when choosing the iPhone version to buy. Even with the new camera, the storage options haven’t changed for this year: Pro handsets can be purchased with 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.
iPhone 14 Pro got pixel binning and more
According to information released by Apple at its event this week, the new 48 MP sensor is capable of capturing “sharp and clear” photos. For this, the brand uses a new machine learning model, which delivers images with more details and less noise.
In addition, this new component can still perform so-called pixel binning, which groups four pixels into one to capture 12 MP photos. Despite the lower resolution, the solution can be useful in dark environments, as the camera gains greater light capture capacity in this mode.
The iPhone 14 Pro line will have its pre-sale period starting this Friday (9), and the start of deliveries is scheduled for the 16th in the United States. In Brazil, the price of the devices starts at R$ 9,499, but can reach R$ 15,999 in the 1 TB Pro Max model — there is still no date for sale here.
Source: YouTube/Sara Dietschy, via MacRumors