The iPhone 14 Pro cameras are disappointing and are likely to be discontinued. The camera quality is not as good as advertised, and the overall experience is disappointing. The video is a goodbye message to the iPhone 14 Pro.
00:00:00 The iPhone 14 Pro cameras have been criticized for being misleading, due to the fact that the "ultra wide" lens is actually a 13 millimeter f 2.4 lens that is not a physical measurement of the lens. Additionally, the aperture is not a physical measurement of the lens, but is instead calculated using the 35 millimeter equivalent focal length. These calculations can be confusing, as the "ultra wide" lens is advertised as 13 millimeters f 2.4, but is actually a much smaller lens at 13 millimeters.
00:05:00 The iPhone 14 Pro cameras have a 24 millimeter f 6.3 lens and a 48 millimeter f 12 lens, which is a "virtual lens." The main difference between the lenses is that the 24 millimeter f 6.3 lens is better in low light, but the 48 millimeter f 12 lens is lower f stop numbers are better.
00:10:00 The iPhone 14 Pro cameras are disappointing, as they produce images with a reduced amount of detail compared to those produced by the iPhone 13 and iPhone 11 Pro. Additionally, the 2x lens is not impressive and produces poor results in low light. The third lens, which is unchanged from the iPhone 13, is a 77 millimeter f24 lens that does well in portrait photography, but would have been nicer to see improvement in other areas.
00:15:00 The iPhone 14 Pro cameras are disappointing because they don't have many features that traditional cameras have. The cameras are also less weatherproof, less durable, and less convenient. Additionally, the iPhone 14 Pro cameras do not have a physical shutter button or a way to trigger external flashes.
00:20:00 The "iPhone 14 Pro cameras" video on YouTube is full of marketing nonsense. The camera quality is not as good as advertised, and the overall experience is disappointing. The video is a goodbye message to the iPhone 14 Pro, which is likely being discontinued.