Apple Event Invite teaser image: What does it hint? Any links to NASA Webb Space telescope?
Apple Event Invite teaser image: Does it hint at something special for iPhone 14 Pro? Take a quick look with us.
The Apple iPhone 14 launch event will take place later tonight and ahead of that, there is so much we know about the iPhone 14 already. Four brand new iPhones coming once again, albeit with a new Plus variant phasing out the smaller Mini. The iPhone 14 Pro is even said to ditch the display notch as well, and could be settling for a pill-shaped display cutout. However, the Apple invite teaser image is cryptic and it seems to hide a lot of stuff that we don't know about this iPhone yet.
The Apple Far Out event invite teaser image shows a starfield that makes space to look like the Apple logo. Ever since it dropped, many have questioned whether the iPhone 14 Pro has anything to do with the James Webb Space Telescope that released some astonishing photographs of the space. Many have wondered whether Apple could be doing a special glitter paint job to resemble the space?
Apple Invite Tease Image: What could it possibly hint?
The biggest takeaway from this teaser image seems to be the arrival of astrophotography. The iPhone 14 Pro is said to get a high resolution 48MP sensor and Apple could be using techniques such as pixel binning and long exposure trickery to take photos of starlit skies. This isn't a new thing since Google has been long doing astrophotography on its Pixel devices, while Samsung lets you shoot Moon shots from its flagship. The iPhone finally gets to do a special version of night photography.
Last year, Apple debuted the Portrait Videography feature on the iPhone 13 series, dubbed the Cinematic mode. This simply created an artificial blurred out background cutout around the subject. The video resolution was limited to 1080p though.
iPhone 14 Pro to bring BIG camera upgrades?
Based on the rumours, that seems highly likely. The iPhone 14 Pro is said to get this new 48MP image sensor and that could have bigger effects on the still photo and video quality. Other than astrophotography, we could expect better image details in low light and even in daylight. A new ultrawide camera sensor is also expected to help with low light photos, improving details and lighting.