The iPhone 14 is not expected to hit stores until the third or fourth quarter of 2022, but Apple’s next-generation cellphone has already been the target of numerous rumors. The most recent one came out this Monday (13) and is related to the Pro variant.
According to Haitong International Securities analyst Jeff Pu, iPhone 14 Pro comes with three rear cameras, the main one being a 48MP wide-angle lens. The set, which is also used in the Pro Max version, will include the ultra wide-angle lens and 12 MP telephoto lens.
The main camera will have the ability to record videos in 8K, among other improvements over the current generation. Another detail suggested by him is that the two more advanced models will have 8 GB of RAM, leaving behind the 6 GB of the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max.
Judging by a mixed success in speculation about Apple, Pu’s bets coincide with famed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s rumors. Back in April, Kuo suggested the same specs for the upcoming camera.
What else did he say?
Pu noted that Apple is likely to release four iPhone 14 models in September next year, reinforcing rumors of the iPhone mini’s discontinuity. He points to two versions with a 6.1-inch screen (iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro) and two with 6.7 inches (iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 promax).
They should all have a frequency of 120 Hz, contrary to the bets of Ross Young, an analyst in the display industry. In September, the expert said that the two standard models of the phone will continue at 60 Hz.
Finally, Pu said the cheaper variants will leave the factory with an initial option of 64GB of storage, half the capacity offered today.