Apple is rumored to be making improvements to the camera on the iPhone 14. In addition to specifications, it turns out that Apple will also use a camera from a new company from South Korea.
The South Korean company in question is LG Innotek. So far, Apple has used components made by Chinese companies to produce iPhone cameras.
The main reason for Apple switching to LG Innotek is that there is a problem in the quality of production from the Chinese manufacturer that it will collaborate with and the collaboration is canceled this year.
Not only will the quality increase, but the production cost of the front camera used will increase. That means, the selling price of the iPhone also has the potential to rise.
If it’s true that it will go up, how much will the iPhone cost? Will it go up significantly?
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