The Phone Arena website published photos that were taken on various modules of the new iPhone 14 Pro camera. Recall that the main feature of the iPhone 14 Pro camera is the transition to a new sensor with a resolution four times the previous one.
The source clarifies that all these photos are taken by Apple (or commissioned by Apple). They are clearly meant to show off the new iPhone 14 Pro camera system in the best possible light. It is worth waiting for independent tests.
The 48-megapixel primary sensor is 65% larger than the iPhone 13 Pro. The technology of combining information from four adjacent pixels is used. The iPhone 14 Pro camera captures twice as much light as the iPhone 13 Pro camera. The Apple A16 in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max is capable of performing 4 trillion operations per second on a photo.
By default, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will still take 12-megapixel photos. However, they should now be brighter in low light and more detailed, at least in the right light.
The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max have received a new 2X shooting mode for the telephoto module (in addition to 0.5X, 1X and 3X). Smartphones support shooting in ProRaw mode at a resolution of 48 megapixels for further editing. All iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max cameras are 2x to 3x better in low light. Tim Cook and Apple are promising 3x better low-light photos with the new ultra-wide camera and 2x better low-light photos with the new main camera and telephoto.
The flash has been completely redone, it has become twice as bright. All iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max cameras are 2x to 3x better in low light.