The names of the image sensors that are used in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max smartphones have appeared on the Web.
Judging by these data, the main sensor of Apple’s new products is the Sony IMX803. We heard about it earlier that it is a 1/1.3 inch optical format sensor. Recall that the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max use a 1/1.65-inch sensor in the main camera. All in all, if the early IMX803 reports are correct, the new iPhones use a fairly large sensor by today’s standards.
The ultra-wide relies on the Sony IMX633 sensor, which we haven’t heard anything about before. Its optical format is unknown, but the pixel size here is 1.4 microns versus 1 microns in the previous generation of Apple flagships.
But the telephoto remains the same – with the Sony IMX713 at the core. The ToF sensor, where the Sony IMX590 is used, has not changed either. The front camera is based on the new Sony IMX714 sensor, the parameters of which are also unknown.