The new iPhones are here. Apple’s “Far Out” event featured several devices such as the new Apple Watch Series 8, Watch SE, and Watch Ultra family. Now it’s the turn of the company’s new smartphones, introduced the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus along with iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
On a general level, we find two devices that, in terms of design, support Apple’s similarities. The notch is still present on both screens, and for now, it doesn’t seem like it’s going away on these devices in the iPhone family. The main difference we find is that the iPhone Mini has definitely said goodbye.
The replacement is the iPhone 14 Plus, which is for all those who are looking for a regular iPhone but with a much larger screen. Inside both devices we find the same processor of the latest generation Apple A15. and while it’s a good processor, the truth is that we were expecting a new chip.
We will take a detailed look at the characteristics of both devices. The iPhone 14 comes with a 6.1-inch screen, while the iPhone 14 Plus comes with a 6.7-inch one.. The design is the same as iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Mini and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The screen also does not switch to the Pro Motion function while maintaining a frequency of 60 Hz.
Screens both use Apple-tuned OLED panels that go up to 1200 nits.. Among the features of this screen are what is expected from Apple devices such as True Tone, HDR and 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio, as well as a wide range of colors when playing any type of content.
New items partially in the chambers. The camera settings are the same on both devices. Both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have a 12-megapixel main camera, as well as an ultra-wide-angle sensor with the same resolution.although the difference is in focal apertures.
The main sensor has an f/1.5 aperture, while the wide-angle sensor has an f/2.4 focal length. and the field of view of this last sensor is 120 degrees. The changes make the main sensor much brighter than the previous generation, which is key when shooting at night or in low light conditions.
Both integrate 4K Dolby Vision video mode to capture content images in high resolution and wide dynamic range.
Per The selfie camera Apple has upgraded the sensor to a 12-megapixel f/1.9 aperture. and function integration autofocus to take the best personal shots.
Cinematic mode is also present in these two devices, so there is no overall loss in photographic performance, except that it does not have a phone camera. Cameras aside, the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will integrate 5G. D sending satellite messages in case of emergency.
This feature cannot be used at will to send any type of content, it is meant for life or death situations. This is the automatic sending of messages at the right time..
To do this, it had to be directed directly at the satellites, so it was necessary to create an interface that indicates to users the position of these elements.
The operating system they ship with is iOS 16 in stable version. IP68 protection supported for both water and dust, FaceID unlock, Dolby Atmos compatible stereo speakers and unfortunately the USB-C port didn’t make it to this generation of Apple mobile phones, so we’ll have to wait with great hope for the iPhone 15.
Price and availability of the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus
The new iPhone 14 will be available in five different colors so that each user can choose the one that suits them best. The booking date is September 9th so you won’t have to wait too long although the devices will go on sale on Friday the 16th for a base price of €1,009..
As for the iPhone 14 Plus, we’ll have to wait until October 7th to get it.. The base price, from which it will leave, will be 1159 euros. which will make it higher than the base model of the new Apple family. We hope to be able to test them as soon as possible so we can tell you what’s new firsthand.
Apple today also unveiled the new Apple Watch Ultra and iPhone 14 Pro with new satellite emergency service, AirPods Pro 2 and Apple Watch SE, and the stunning Apple Watch Series 8.
Source: Computer Hoy
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