How big will the iPhone 16 Pro have 2 48MP cameras?

According to the latest report, iPhone 16 Pro will have a powerful camera upgrade, "confronting" other Android flagships.



Apple's iPhone 16 series is still a long way from launching. However, the company's plans for the cameras on the iPhone 16 Pro models have been leaked. According to the latest source, the product will have some significant upgrades to the rear camera cluster.




According to Instant Digital, Apple is planning to equip a pair of 48MP camera sensors on the iPhone 16 Pro. Currently, the main camera on iPhone Pro models has used a 48MP sensor since the iPhone 14 Pro launched in 2022. However, this will be a big step forward for ultra-wide cameras - Apple has used a variable 12MP for many years.





Instant Digital added that "Apple" is planning to use "pixel binning" technology for the ultra-wide-angle lens, allowing better performance in low light environments. This technology effectively combines with the technology of combining 4 smaller pixels into a single “super pixel”, helping to capture more light without the need for additional components. This change is quite similar to the main camera capabilities on the iPhone 15 Pro.




It is still unclear where Instant Digital got the information about Apple's plans. The technology "tycoon" always keeps all information about the new iPhone line secret until it is released.





Apple will bring many camera upgrades to the iPhone 16 line next year.




However, many previous reports have also revealed Apple's plans to make significant improvements to the iPhone 16 Pro's camera. A statement shows that the company is planning to upgrade to a 48MP ultra-wide-angle camera on the iPhone Pro.




Previous reports have stated that Apple will look to upgrade the telephoto camera on the iPhone 16 Pro like the telephoto camera introduced on the iPhone 15 Pro Max. That telephoto camera uses a quadriprism design to increase 5x optical zoom capability. On the other hand, the iPhone 15 Pro only offers 3x zoom.





The new post on weibo only confirms that the telephoto lens on the iPhone 16 Pro will use a 12MP sensor, the same number of megapixels as the telephoto camera of both iPhone 15 Pro models.

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Apple will be under pressure to make some camera improvements for its 2024 iPhone. By the time the iPhone 16 was announced, the Galaxy S24 series had already been introduced.




And rumor has it that the high-end Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphone will have some camera improvements with a larger main camera sensor to capture more light and a 50MP telephoto lens that will replace one of the 10MP zoom cameras. on the current Galaxy S Ultra model. On the other hand, the ultrawide camera on the Galaxy S24 Ultra will remain at 12MP.




Many rumors about Apple's plans for the iPhone 16 Pro pair will appear in the near future. We will continue to update more information about the product in the next news articles, we invite readers to read.




Recent sources said that the iPhone 16 design will bring a completely new button called "Capture", and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has further decoded the purpose of this mysterious button.







According to Mark Gurman, the Capture button brings video recording capabilities after he said in this week's Power On newsletter that the iPhone 16 will have a "new dedicated button for video recording." Of course, the Capture button's function has been hinted at in the name, but this is the first time there's been confirmation of its purpose.




The Capture button will be used to help start photo and video capture faster.




Based on the first iPhone 16 prototypes, the Capture button will be located at the bottom right of the product. It will replace the mmWave antenna on US iPhone models, with the mmWave antenna moving to the left edge of the device, below the volume and Action buttons. Non-US models do not have mmWave antennas so do not need to be moved to accommodate the Capture button.




The Capture button will be a capacitive button with tactile feedback instead of a mechanical button, and is expected to include a force sensor that can sense pressure. The button's placement may make it easy for the user to activate, but if it were activated via pressure, holding it down would likely launch the camera and allow video recording to begin.




Different levels of pressure could also open the camera to take photos or video (specifically space video), but that's just speculation at this point.




The Capture button will be available on all four iPhone 16 models, and with spatial video recording and the Vision Pro mixed reality headset, it makes sense for Apple to make video recording faster and more accessible. The Vision Pro glasses can capture 3D spatial video captured with an ‌iPhone‌.







The location of the Capture button causes the mmWave antenna to move on iPhone 16 models in the US.




Currently, the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro‌ Max can record spatial video using the wide-angle and ultra-wide cameras in tandem, with this functionality added in iOS 17.2.




The standard ‌iPhone 16‌ models will have a new vertical lens arrangement that allows them to capture spatial video, so this feature won't be limited to future Pro models. Space video can only be viewed on Vision Pro and it is intended to make users feel immersed in their memories.

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