iPhone 14 Pro Max Leaked Schematics Reveal Increase in Camera Bump, Could Come with a 48MP Sensor

iPhone 14 Pro Max could feature a 48MP camera.
Apple iPhone 13 Pro

The next Apple iPhone series is expected to bring several major upgrades. We all have seen renders of the iPhone 14 series with a punch-hole style selfie camera – the most awaited change on the iPhone. Not just the front design, according to analysts, the camera quality of the iPhone 14 Pro models will take mobile phone photography to a new level. An Apple leakster ShrimpApplePro (@VNchocoTaco) has posted detailed schematics of the iPhone 14 Pro Max, revealing a hefty increase in the camera bump and the overall device.

Leaked CAD renders published by leakster reveal that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a thickness of 12.16mm – a significant increase from the 7.65mm thickness of the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The increase in thickness reiterates past rumours suggesting that Apple might use a high megapixel sensor in the next iPhone series.

The iPhone 14 Pro Max, as per the leaked schematics, will have a pill width of 7.15mm and the pinhole will have a diameter of 5.59mm. For comparison, the notch on the iPhone 13 Pro max has a width of 26.89mm. So, we might see a significant drop in the notch size. But, the overall device is getting thick due to the increase in the camera bump, which has been increased to 4.18 – an increase from 3.60mm in its predecessor.

According to a reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, there would be a 25-30% increase in camera size to a 12MP camera used in iPhone 13. A recent leak by a Weibo user Fishing 8 claims that the iPhone 14 Pro Max will feature a 48MP camera. The camera sensor measures 1/1.3 inches with a smaller 1.22µm pixels. For comparison, the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a smaller 1/1.65 inches main sensor with larger 1.9µm pixels. A larger sensor will allow the lens to capture more light, producing a clearer image.

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