this is what the photos taken in ProRAW with 48 megapixels occupy
One of the main novelties of the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro Max is its new 48 megapixel main camera. This allows you to capture images with up to four times more resolution compared to the previous 12-megapixel sensor, among other benefits. This new sensor, however, has a small drawback: the photos captured at maximum resolution take up to three times more space in internal memory than photographs taken at 12 megapixels.
At least that's what he says MacRumors after checking the code of the latest beta of iOS 16, which is also the candidate version to be officially launched on September 12. According to the portal, the images captured in ProRAW, a function in which it is only possible to capture at 48 megapixels, they weigh about 75 MB. Those users who want to capture more detail, therefore, must take into account the storage version to avoid running out of space. The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, remember, are available in 128, 256 or 512 GB variants, as well as 1 TB of storage.
In any case, it is possible to take pictures with a lower resolution —specifically, 12 megapixels— simply by not activating the camera's ProRAW mode. To do this, and as Apple explained during the last event, the four-pixel sensor that is included in the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max is capable of merging into a single pixel to go down to the aforementioned resolution.
So are the cameras of the new iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max
In addition to the new 48-megapixel wide-angle sensor, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max include other interesting new features in their photographic section. They maintain, yes, the 12 megapixel ultra wide angle secondary sensoras well as a telephoto camera of the same resolution, capable of taking images with a 3x optical zoom. Both, however, improve allowing results with greater light.
Apple has also added new features related to video recording. Now it is possible record with cinema mode at 4K and 24 fps. It also includes an 'Action' mode that stabilizes the sensors when recording to, for example, be able to capture moving shots.
The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, along with the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus, can now be reserved on the Apple website. They will officially go on sale on September 16.