What You Need to Know About the Camera...
Tim Cook and his team know how to make the most versatile pocket-sized camera, even outweighing some mirrorless cameras in many aspects.
Say hello to their all-new 48MP primary camera with an advanced quad-pixel sensor. Apple's increasingly larger sensors and more advanced lenses are paired with their powerful Apple silicon to perfect low light scenarios. With a 65% larger sensor, the iPhone 14 Pro raises the bar for what 48 megapixels can do — delivering 4x the resolution in ProRAW for mind-blowing detail in every image.
Their latest Deep Fusion is implemented earlier in the capturing process to enable more colors and brighter details. The most significant step for low light Photonic Engine will be the furthest step forward in curating images with the most advanced smartphone technology.
With this highly formative quad-pixel sensor, the primary camera combines every four pixels into one large quad pixel equivalent to 2.44 µm. Thus, every photo will, by default, be resolved at a manageable 12MP, allowing the user to capture better detail with even more light.
Apple seemingly loves to hammer in the 'Pro' element of the new Pro lineup, as the ProRAW mode can now also capture uncompressed 48MP photos to enable much more editing potential.
This means a lot of data information for every photo.