All The Features Of The New IPhone 14
With two new sensors â€” a wide-angle and an ultra-wide-angle â€” and a host of new features, the iPhone 14 is poised to take some amazing photos and videos. Here’s a closer look at what the new camera system has to offer.
The first thing you’ll notice about the new camera system is the addition of a second sensor. The wide-angle sensor has been upgraded to a 12MP sensor with a faster Æ’/1.6 aperture, while the new ultra-wide-angle sensor is a 12MP sensor with a Æ’/2.4 aperture. Both sensors have optical image stabilization (OIS) and use the new Apple-designed image signal processor (ISP) for improved image quality.
One of the most exciting new features of the iPhone 14 camera system is the ability to record 4K video at up to 60fps with all four sensors. That means you can now record 4K video with the wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and both front-facing cameras. You can also record 1080p video at up to 240fps with all four cameras.
Another great new feature is the ability to take Night mode photos with all four cameras. Night mode is a great way to get clear, bright photos in low-light situations, and now you can use it with the wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and both front-facing cameras.
Apple has also added a new Smart HDR 3 feature to the iPhone 14 camera system. Smart HDR 3 analyzes more than a trillion photos to improve highlight and shadow detail in your photos. It also uses machine learning to recognize faces in your photos and optimize the exposure for each person.
The iPhone 14 camera system is also getting a new feature called Apple ProRAW. Apple ProRAW is a new format that combines the best of RAW and JPEG. It gives you the benefits of RAW (such as the ability to adjust white balance and exposure after the fact) with the benefits of JPEG (such as smaller file sizes and faster processing).
The iPhone 14 camera system is the most advanced camera system ever in an iPhone, and we can’t wait to see what amazing photos and videos it takes.