It looks like the smartphones in the iPhone 14 lineup will get a significant update to just about every camera. If we have already heard more than once about the 48-megapixel main sensors, then now there is information about the front camera.
According to renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, all iPhone 14 models will get a new front camera. Whether the sensor will change is unknown, but the analyst reports the presence of autofocus and an aperture of F/1.9.
That is, the new iPhones will be able to take portraits on the front camera with a greater depth of field, and autofocus will play an important role in video calling apps, among other things. In addition, the front camera of the new smartphones should provide a better picture in low light.