Similar to the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro lines, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max camera has three lenses. The iPhone 14 Pro, Max main lens is 24 mm vs 26 mm in the iPhone 11, 12 & 13 Pro. The telephoto lens in the 11 and 12 Pro is 52mm. In the 13 Pro and 14 Pro, the telephoto lens is 77 mm. The lens focal lengths in the Apple specifications are the equivalent focal length of a 35 mm camera, not the actual focal length.
12MP Ultra Wide: 13 mm, ƒ/2.2 aperture with a 120° field of view, six‑element lens:
Apple includes a 12MP 2x Telephoto (enabled by quad-pixel sensor): 48 mm, ƒ/1.78 aperture, second-generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization, seven‑element lens, 100% Focus Pixels, which isn’t an image produced from a 48 mm lens but by taking 12 MP from the center of the 48 MP sensor and then doing some image processing on it:
Last July, I was fly fishing the Silver Creek, “A unique spring creek with abundant wildlife… one of the most spectacular natural places in Idaho.” (1)
I took the photo below with my iPhone 13 Pro Max while I was fishing.
I’ve been trying out OpenAI and DALL-E, “a new AI system that can create realistic images and art from a description in natural language.” (2)
For the prompt, I took some text from the Nature Conservancy’s description and added some details, “A unique spring creek trout habitat, Silver Creek in the summer is one of the most spectacular natural places in Idaho.” This was one of the results: