Why the iPhone 14 Pro will finally upgrade to a 48-megapixel camera

The iPhone 14 Pro is expected to make a big break with Apple’s tradition, and we’re not just talking about its disappearance of the notch: the flagship’s main camera was also inclined to finally make the leap from 12 MP to 48 MP resolution.

Is this a big deal? After all, the Nokia 808 PureView appeared back in 2012 with a 41-megapixel sensor – not to mention the countless Android phones from Huawei, Xiaomi and Samsung that have emerged with high-megapixel cameras over the past few years.

But for Apple fans, this would be a major change for two reasons. First, iPhones were built based on 12-megapixel sensors from the iPhone 6S back in 2015. That means the iPhone 14 is expected to deliver the first major megapixel hit in seven years and the most dramatic in iPhone history.

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But it is also important because of time. We currently rate the iPhone 13 Pro as the best camera phone you can buy, and at a time when the phone’s photographic skills have never been so important. So why could Apple now risk making such drastic changes to the camera of its flagship phone?

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