It’s no secret that Apple is working on its new iPhone 14 series which will be launched later this year. And ahead of its launch, information about the phones has started to make its way to the web. As per the latest information from Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo all the iPhone 14 series phones will come with autofocus front-facing cameras with an f/1.9 aperture. This would represent a major upgrade over past iPhones which have previously used fixed-focus selfie lenses.

If this indeed ends up being true, it would be great news for buyers looking to upgrade to the upcoming iPhones as the addition of autofocus will not only improve video calling but also because of a bigger sensor users would be able to click photos in daylight and low light conditions. 

Apple iPhone 14 could come with autofocus front-facing cameras

Apart from this, other reports in the past have suggested that finally, Apple could make serious design changes as it is redying to ditch the notch and instead go for a punch-hole design. Reports suggest the iPhone 14 series will come with an “exclamation mark” punch hole at the top centre of the display. However, this will be the only major design change coming to the new phones as the devices will be keeping the Lightning Ports. Despite already moving to a USB Type C port for charging MacBooks and iPads, it appears iPhone 14 series will still be stuck with the Lightning Port because of the chassis following the old design. 

But, there will be some changes to the underlying technology, as reports claim that the Lightning Ports technology will see an upgrade to USB 3.0. While the Lightning Ports in the current-gen iPhones operate at USB 2.0, after the upgrade it would be upgraded to USB 3.0 and as a result transfer speeds would go up to 5 Gbps. But, this would be only limited to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. While the regular iPhone 14 models will bring the older generation USB 2.0 Lightning Port.


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