What do iFan expect about the camera of iPhone 16 Pro, iPhone 16 Pro Max?

 

According to rumors, this year's high-end iPhone 16 Pro pair will have these 4 impressive highlights on the rear camera system.

According to rumors, both iPhone 16 Pro Max and iPhone 16 Pro will bring new features such as larger screens, dedicated Shutter buttons, etc. At the same time, the technology world also expects them to have many notable improvements. Note about camera hardware.

Below are 4 camera features worth looking forward to on the iPhone 16 Pro duo:

1. Upgraded super wide-angle camera

According to many reports, iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will both have a new 48MP Ultra Wide-angle camera. This would mark a significant improvement over the current 12MP Ultra Wide camera on the iPhone 15 Pro.

Concept photo of iPhone 16 Pro.

Concept photo of iPhone 16 Pro.

This change means that the iPhone 16 Pro's Ultra Wide camera will take better photos in most shooting situations, especially in low light environments. Images will also offer more detail and improved color, while the increased resolution will also provide more flexibility in editing and post-processing.

And yet, the iPhone 16 Pro's 48MP ultra-wide-angle camera can also bring major improvements to spatial video recording capabilities. This feature is based on the combination of the Main lens and the Ultra Wide Angle lens. With the new 48MP Ultra Wide Angle Lens, iPhone 16 Pro can record spatial videos in 4K resolution. Currently, the iPhone 15 Pro can only record spatial videos at 1080p resolution.

2. Extended optical zoom

Currently, iPhone 15 Pro Max uses a new tetaprism camera design, which unlocks 5x optical zoom and 25x digital zoom. However, with the iPhone 16 series, Apple will also extend the upgraded tetaprism camera to the smaller iPhone 16 Pro. This means that both the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will offer 5x optical zoom and 25x digital zoom.

Rumors also say that the iPhone 16 Pro Max will have the ability to "combine super-telephoto zoom photography with a periscope lens", allowing for greater than 5x optical zoom.

3. Anti-reflective coating

Many iPhone camera users clearly see lens flare when taking photos in brightly lit environments. The cause comes from reflections inside the lens flare that shows up in the image. This is a hardware problem, affecting most cameras on the market and Apple will work on a fix for iPhone 16 Pro.

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According to a rumor, Apple is testing a new "atomic layer deposition" (or ALD) lens coating technology for the iPhone 16 Pro. This anti-reflective coating can be applied to the iPhone 16 Pro's camera lens to minimize the effects of internal reflections.

If this rumor becomes true, users will have better photos from the iPhone 16 Pro - especially photos taken in bright light conditions.

4. Upgraded main camera

Finally, iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max will use Sony's new main camera sensor with an upgraded design, with better low-light performance.

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Sony's latest stacked sensor technology separates photo diodes and pixel transistors, which are typically combined into a single layer. This allows photo diodes – the bits that actually capture light – to be significantly larger. Sony claims that this sensor will capture twice as much light as existing camera sensors.

Capturing more light and eliminating more noise means iPhone users will have better overall photos.

However, it is unclear whether this next-generation Sony sensor will be used on both iPhone 16 Pro models. According to sources from Weibo, only the iPhone 16 Pro Max uses this upgraded stacked camera sensor hardware.

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