Apple’s iPhone 14 series gets front autofocus cameras and a new design

It’s no secret that Apple is working on the new iPhone 14 series, which is expected to launch this year. And as the launch approaches, information about these phones has already surfaced on the internet. According to the latest news from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, all phones in the iPhone 14 series will be equipped with autofocus front cameras with an aperture of f/1.9. This would be a big improvement over previous iPhones, which until now used fixed-focus selfie lenses.

If true, this would be good news for buyers looking to upgrade to the next iPhones. Not only will the additional autofocus improve video calls, but a larger sensor would also allow for daylight and low-light photography.

Apple iPhone 14 could come with autofocus front-facing cameras

Apart from this, other reports in the past have suggested that Apple might finally make some serious design changes, doing away with the notch and using a holey design instead, According to reports, the iPhone 14 series will feature an exclamation point notch in the middle of the top part of the screen, However, this will be the only major design change for the new phones, as the devices will retain the Lightning connectors, Despite the move to a USB Type-C port for charging MacBooks and iPads, the iPhone 14 series will keep the Lightning port, as the casing will follow the old design.

However, the underlying technology will change, as reports suggest that the Lightning port technology will be upgraded to USB 3.0. Although the Lightning ports on current-generation iPhones work with USB 2.0, the upgrade to USB 3.0 would allow for higher transfer speeds of up to 5 Gbps However, this would be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, While the regular iPhone 14 models have the older generation USB 2.0 Lightning port.

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