iPhone 14 Pro: Everything you need to know
Apple’s new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro have a new screen design that uses a tablet instead of a notch and a circular screen cutout that houses an array of sensors for face ID and cameras, with the proximity sensor now behind the display. .
Apple calls this long-form tablet created the Dynamic Island, which will expand and retract depending on what you’re doing on your phone, from playing music to using Face ID and making payments. It can also display things like sports scores when you are on other apps.
The iPhone 14 and 14 Pro also have a larger display area thanks to thinner bezels and are the first iPhones to support the always-on display features we’ve seen on Android phones over the past few years, letting you get information like time, date, and notifications. . to be looked at even when the screen is not fully on.
The latest high-end iPhones are the only models this year to get the new A16 Bionic chipset. The regular iPhone 14 and 14 Plus stick to the A15 found in the iPhone 13 lineup, keep the now-classic iPhone notch, and don’t have always-on displays—a clear sign that Apple is working hard to sell you more. About this year’s models.
For the first time ever, iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are iPhones with a 12+MP primary camera, upscaled to a 48MP primary wide-angle lens — a 65% larger sensor than iPhone 13 Pro. The new phones use Apple’s new software called Photonic Engine, which is said to further improve the optics compared to the iPhone 13 Pro.
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