Upcoming iPhone 16 Pro Max to Showcase Enhanced Camera Sensor
With the upcoming release of the iPhone 16 series in around 7 months, the flagship iPhone 16 Pro Max is anticipated to feature a significant upgrade in the main camera sensor. According to a post by a Weibo user known as “Digital Chat Station,” several details about the camera technology of the next iPhone models have been revealed. The iPhone 16 Pro Max is expected to utilize a custom-made 48MP Sony IMX903 sensor, equipped with more advanced features such as a 14-bit Analog-to-Digital converter and Digital Gain Control. These enhancements are likely to lead to improvements in photo quality, including better dynamic range and noise control.
Furthermore, the sensor size is set to increase from 1/1.28 inches in the iPhone 15 Pro models to 1/1.14 inches. This enlargement, along with a higher aperture, will enable the sensor to capture more light, thus improving low-light photography. In terms of design, the next iPhone models are expected to continue with the design language of the iPhone 15 series, featuring more rounded curves along the edges. The iPhone 16 Pro models are also expected to maintain a similar thinness to the current iPhone 15 Pro models.