The improvements in the cameras of the new iPhone 14 are among the most important we have seen in years. In the iPhone 14 Pro they go even further to include, among others, a 48-megapixel lens. A lens capable of giving us a 8064 x 6048 resolution. Let’s see how to take photos in 48 MP on our iPhone 14 Pro.

The best possible quality at the touch of a button

While the vast majority of the time we’ll be using the 48 MP sensor grouped so that four pixels behave as one, and therefore operating at 12 MP resolutions, there is a method to get 48 MP images. The steps to follow are those:

  1. We open the app Settings on our iPhone.
  2. We came in Camera.
  3. we touch on Formats.
  4. We activate Apple ProRAW.
  5. we touch on ProRAW Resolution.
  6. we choose 48MP.

Now that we have activated the corresponding option, all we have to do is go to the Camera app and touch the RAW button from the top. Once this is done, we simply capture the photos that interest us.

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We will notice that the RAW processing takes a little longer than usual to complete, which is totally normal given the volume of operations and information that the system has to handle. At the end of the session, from the “i” of information of any photo in the Photos app we can check the 48 MP resolution. Ideal for, for example, making touch-ups in Affinity Photo.

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Keep in mind that RAW format photographs are much larger than usual, as they contain much more information. If we add to this the resolution we are working on, we can easily put an end to photographs that exceed 100 MB in weight. Photographs, yes, with all the quality that our new camera system is capable of offering us.


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Tarun Kumar

Tarun Kumar has worked in the News sector for 05 years and is currently the Owner and Editor of Then24. He reside in Delhi, India with his Family.

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