Apple has announced the new iPhone 14 Pro (6.1-inch) and Pro Max (6.7-inch) devices that feature a new Dynamic Island notification center as well as an upgraded 48-megapixel main camera.
The new main camera is a three-lens array that delivers 48-megapixel images via the main camera. That sensor, which bears striking resemblance to Samsung’s GM2, also features a quad-pixel array and is overall 65 percent larger than iPhone 13 Pro. It is able to adapt to the photo being captured and features second-generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization.
The quad-pixel system combines every four pixels into one large pixel equivalent to 2.44 µm, which uses all of the 48-megapixel pixels to create a finished 12-megapixel photo with significantly more detail and color depth. It also drives the improvement to lowlight capture.