A larger primary camera for the iPhone 14 Pro The main camera on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is the most significant camera change coming to the iPhone 14 lineup. Both Pro phones are expected to use 48MP sensors for their primary wide-angle cameras.

A 48MP sensor would enable 8K video recording on Apple's Pro phones, which is another important feature of the iPhone 14 Pro. The iPhone 13 Pro can currently only record 4K video at 60 frames per second.

The upcoming iPhone would be able to match the video recording capabilities of some Android phones, like the Samsung Galaxy S22, thanks to a higher-resolution sensor that would remove the hardware restrictions on capturing 8K video.

Apple's decision to use a 48MP main sensor has another significance that goes beyond photography. To accommodate the larger sensor, Apple would have to enlarge the camera lens. This results in a wider, thicker camera bump on the iPhone 14 Pro models, a change that appears to be supported by leaked schematics for the upcoming handset.

2. Upgraded front-facing cameras for all iPhone 14 models When it comes to camera changes, the iPhone 14 isn't getting left behind, but the most significant rumour concerns the upcoming phone's front camera. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that all four iPhone 14 models will receive an upgraded selfie camera, which will improve on the 12MP TrueDepth camera that debuted with the iPhone 11 lineup.

2. Upgraded front-facing cameras for all iPhone 14 models When it comes to camera changes, the iPhone 14 isn't getting left behind, but the most significant rumour concerns the upcoming phone's front camera. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that all four iPhone 14 models will receive an upgraded selfie camera, which will improve on the 12MP TrueDepth camera that debuted with the iPhone 11 lineup.

Kuo specifically predicts that the aperture on the iPhone 14's front camera will increase from f/2.2 to f/1.9. This should allow more light in and result in cleaner images when taking selfies or starting FaceTime conversations. In terms of FaceTime enhancements, Kuo believes the front camera will get built-in autofocus, resulting in sharper video on calls.

3. No periscope-style zoom lens We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but a major iPhone 14 camera rumour concerns a feature that will not be available on the Pro models. Early rumours suggested that Apple would use a periscope-style telephoto lens on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. 

 This design would pave the way for Apple to increase the optical zoom on its phones, allowing the iPhone to compete with Samsung's flagships on this front.