Whole iPhone 14 schedule is tipped to have 120Hz displays.
iPhone 14 Professional models will come with a three-way back video cam configuration that will have an updated 48-megapixel wide-angle shooter and a 12-megapixel each ultra-wide and telephoto video cam, inning accordance with a market expert. The Professional models in the schedule are also speculated to have 8GB of RAM. The iPhone 14 schedule is expected to have 4 new models, making up the iPhone 14 Professional and iPhone 14 Professional Max as both premium models and the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max as both fairly affordable options.
As reported by MacRumors, expert Jeff Pu projection the video cam configuration and RAM information of the iPhone 14 Professional models in a research study keep in mind with Haitong Worldwide Securities. The expert said that both Professional models in the schedule will have the 48-megapixel wide-angle shooter, together with 12-megapixel ultra-wide and telephoto video cams. This is an update over the iPhone 13 Professional and iPhone 13 Professional Max as both come with a 12-megapixel wide-angle video cam at the back together with the ultra-wide and telephoto shooters bring the same megapixel matter.
The conjecture from Pu is aligning with the one mentioned by TF Worldwide Securities expert Ming-Chi Kuo, that recommended previously that the 48-megapixel video cam on the iPhone 14 Professional models would certainly come with 8K video clip tape-taping.
Pu also mentioned that the iPhone 14 Professional and iPhone 14 Professional Max will come with 8GB of RAM. This also appears to be an update to the iPhone 13 Professional models that have 6GB RAM, as each their criteria listings.
Up until now, Pu has had a blended performance history for anticipating next-generation Apple devices. He properly speculated the presence of mini-LED displays on this year's 16-inch MacBook Professional and iPad Professional models. However, he had also recommended that Apple would certainly introduce its new HomePod models with 3D-sensing video cams in 2019, which didn't occur. However some licenses also indicated the development — without specifying any clear timelines.
That said, it's constantly recommended to take unofficial information with a squeeze of salt.