The iPhone 14 may have a front autofocus camera

The iPhone 14 may have a front autofocus camera

The smartphone expert – who is an analyst a TF Securities in China – went on to explain that a front focus camera will ultimately improve the experience for the user and “enhance” FaceTime video calls. He added: “AF support and a lower f-number can provide a better shallow depth-of-field effect for selfie/portrait mode. In addition, AF can also enhance the focus effect for FaceTime/video call/live streaming.”

The iPhone 14 could have a front-facing autofocus camera. Apple’s smartphone line, which is expected to account for 14% of global smartphone usage by 2022, is preparing to unveil its latest model in a showcase sometime in September 2022, with an expert analyst claiming that the phone will include a first in the form of an autofocus camera. “The front camera of four new iPhone 14 models in 2H22 would likely upgrade to AF (autofocus) about f/1.9 aperture (vs. iPhone 13’s FF (fixed-focus) and f/2.2),” said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo on Twitter.

Highlights

  • Bloomberg reports: “The company is also working to eventually bring satellite connectivity to the Apple Watch, setting the stage for emergency texting and SOS response features. It’s planning to release those capabilities on iPhone as early as this year. The technology would allow users to send text messages to emergency personnel over satellite networks and report incidents.”

  • It was previously reported that the iPhone 14 Pro could come with an 48-megapixel rear-facing camera and 8GB of RAM, but little else is known to the successor of the iPhone 13 other than it will reportedly feature satellite connectivity with the Apple Watch.