iPhones 14 in 2022 will get 8K video. Not the mini.

Well-known analyst Ming-Chu Kuo once again spoke about the future of iPhones via 9to5mac.com. This time, we learned that in 2024, when the iPhone 14 series should arrive, the addition of news will already be poorer. We’ll probably see the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. You can see for yourself that the smallest iPhone is already missing from the group, which Apple is reportedly not counting on, due to poor sales of the current iPhone 12 mini. However, we should still see the iPhone 13 mini this year.

So the smallest iPhone won’t get the novelty of 8K video recording support, which is expected to arrive on iPhones in 2022. It’s worth remembering that Android phones have been able to record 8K video since last year, but of course only a few pieces with powerful processors. So two iPhones with 6.1-inch displays and one with a 6.7-inch display should arrive in 2022. They should also offer an upgraded main camera next year, with 48 megapixels and a single pixel size of 2.5 μm.

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