iPhone 14 and 14 Plus
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Apple announces it’s much-awaited iPhone 14 and 14 Pro devices at it’s Far out event. The devices come with a similar design language as it’s predecessor as there is a similar notch on both devices as it’s predecessor. This is in line with the earlier rumors that both of these devices will come with a notch and only the Pro models will have a new design. Both of these devices look like an incremental upgrade over the last year’s iPhone 13 and 13 mini and are available in new color options that are purple, midnight, red, and starlight. Check out the detailed specifications below:

iPhone 14 and 14 Plus specifications:

The base model has a 6.1-inch flat super retina display similar to it’s predecessor while the Plus model has a slightly bigger 6.7-inch flat super retina display. The display on both the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus will have a similar notch as it’s predecessor which includes the front camera and all the sensors for Face ID. The display can reach up to maximum brightness of 1400 nits in broad daylight. Under the hood, is the same A15 bionic chip on both of these devices that were introduced in last year’s iPhone lineup. This is a major shift in strategy as usually we see a new and upgraded chip in iPhones every year. Also, these devices will provide a better battery life than the last year’s devices and in fact, iPhone 14 Plus will have the best battery life for an iPhone.

Almost all the internals in these devices is the same as compared to last year’s models. The main focus here is on the cameras as there is a new and upgraded camera system in these devices. Both the devices come with a dual-camera system and the camera arrangement looks identical to the previous generation. There is a new 12MP main sensor with an f/1.5 aperture along with an ultra-wide sensor. This time Apple used a bigger sensor for cameras which can take more light to produce better images with more details and less noise, especially in low light. The tech giant states that this time there is an improvement of 49 percent in low light image quality due to a bigger image sensor. Upfront is also a new sensor that also provides better images in low light and offers autofocusing that we see for the first time in the iPhone selfie camera. Video recording also gets an improvement as this time the company introduces Action mode which stabilizes shaky videos.

In the US, users will have to use the eSIMs as there is no physical sim tray in both of these devices. All the major US carriers are now supporting eSIMs so Apple seems to be taking advantage of it. The iPhone 14 and 14 Plus will be available for Pre-orders starting this Friday, September 9th, and will be available for sale worldwide from September 16th.

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