The iPhone has long had one of the best mobile cameras on the market, with Apple coming up with new ways to improve photo and video quality every year. Increasing pixel count isn’t one of them, as Apple has stuck with 12-megapixel cameras on its phones. The company never entered the megapixel wars, proving that the iPhone can have a better camera without increasing the number of pixels. Competitors largely adopted the same strategy several years ago. But, more recently, Android phones have moved well beyond 12-megapixel sensors. Even Google’s Pixel. This time it’s no longer just a pixel count race, as new technologies warrant such upgrades. Now, a new report says that Apple will adopt a 48-megapixel sensor on the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera system.
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