Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is out with another iPhone 14 prediction and this time it’s about the selfie camera. All four new iPhones coming later this year will boast autofocus front-facing cameras with an f/1.9 aperture. This would be a major upgrade over past iPhones which have persistently stuck with fixed focus selfie shooters and f/2.2 apertures for a while now.
Photos, video calling and live-streaming apps will all benefit and the wider aperture will allow the sensors to capture more light which should result in better daytime and low light shots. The addition of autofocus will allow for better subject tracking and improved depth of field in stills and videos especially when it comes to Portrait mode. We don’t get any clues on the imaging sensor size and resolution but the addition of AF will surely bring a better selfie experience.