Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be available in four stunning new colors: deep purple, silver, gold, and space black. Pre-orders are open now, and they will be available from Friday, September 16.
CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA | NOW THEN DIGITAL — Before deciding whether to buy the Apple iPhone 14 Pro, you should know the key differences between this smartphone and its predecessors.
- Both the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Plus feature surgical-grade stainless-steel frames and glass backs. Both are available in 6.1 and 6.7-inch models. These models feature a new Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion technology.
- They also have a new 1Hz refresh rate, which makes them more power efficient. These two new iPhones also feature an Always-On display. This makes it convenient to view the time and widgets without unlocking the phone.
- The iPhone 14 Pro lineup also includes the same safety features as the vanilla iPhone 14. These include gyroscope and accelerometer-based car crash detection, which will contact emergency services automatically if your car is involved in an accident. It will also support Emergency SOS via satellite, which allows emergency services to contact you when there’s no cellular signal. The service will be available for two years and will be free.
- The iPhone 14 Pro also has an Always-On display, which is exclusive to this model. This feature lets you see relevant information on the lock screen even when the phone is turned off. This is a similar feature to the one found on the Apple Watch. It uses minimal power to display information, but also should result in longer battery life.
These differences include the Display Size, Dimensions, Colors, Dynamic Island, Always-On display, and LiDAR. You should also know the pros and cons of each of these features before you make your purchase.
The iPhone 14 Pro comes with a 48-megapixel rear camera. It also has an aluminium frame and IP68 water and dust resistance. The iPhone 14 Pro models are slightly larger and wider than their standard counterparts.
It also features a pill-shaped cutout on the front of the device where the front camera will be located. Along with the camera, the pill will also host widget-like information.
The iPhone 14 Pro will start at $999 (AU$1,749), while the iPhone 14 Pro Max will start at $1,099 (AU$1,899), reports Engadget.com. Both models have 128GB of storage and come in four colors. With the iPhone 14 Pro, Apple has finally eliminated the display notch, replacing it with a pill-shaped cutout.
The screen on the iPhone 14 Pro is a 6.1-inch OLED display with 120Hz ProMotion refresh rate technology. Its peak brightness is 2,000 nits. It also has a notch on the front for the TrueDepth module, which houses AR sensors.
There are three cameras on the back of the phone, but only one of them is front-facing. The iPhone 14 Pro has a much better camera than its predecessor.
It uses a 48-megapixel primary sensor instead of the 12-megapixel sensor used on the iPhones for years. The 48MP sensor also uses pixel binning technology to accommodate smaller pixel sizes. This also helps the phone’s camera perform better in low-light conditions.
The screen on the iPhone 14 Pro has a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a 6.7-inch screen. Both models use the same A15 Bionic chip. In addition to the new A16 Bionic chip, the iPhone 14 Pro will also feature new Lock Screen widgets.
Apple iPhone 14 Pro Colors
Apple has a variety of colours available for its new iPhone 14 Pro. In addition to the usual silver and gold, there are also new Blue and Purple shades. These colours are perfect for those who want a more conservative look for their new handset.
However, if you are looking for something a bit bolder, you can try the Starlight color. This new colour has the same style and design as the iPhone 13 and comes with a slightly off-white back glass panel.
Some of these dummy models are likely to be accurate. Some of them are plastic and are used to display accessories or test cases. This is to make sure that they are accurate substitutes for the real thing.
However, you should be wary of dummy models that claim to show the color of the phone. These dummy models are often coming from unverified sources in China, so be careful about what you think you’re seeing.
There are several rumors about the colors of the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro. While the iPhone 13 was released in a hot pink shade, some reports suggest that the new device will feature a purple option as well. If so, the purple version is likely to be a darker matte shade.
The space black version of the iPhone is more striking than the graphite black version, but it’s still not that dark. It’s more muted than the black, and it’s very similar to the old space black Apple Watch.
In contrast, the deep purple version of the iPhone 14 Pro features a gloss finish on its stainless steel edges and a softer purple hue on its back. It’s clear that both gold and silver colors are desirable, but some analysts believe that the silver one is better looking than the gold one.
Dynamic Island for iPhone 14 Pro
If you’re looking for ways to make your iPhone 14 Pro more personalized, check out Dynamic Island. This new feature lets your iPhone display different information depending on your current location.
This feature will allow you to show different kinds of information, such as weather conditions or sports scores, without having to leave your app. It also integrates seamlessly with the Live Activities feature, which keeps you informed of events happening in real time.
Dynamic Island is a new software feature exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro. It works by repurposing space around the notch to display real-time updates. It also allows you to show more than one app at a time.
Users can also hook their third-party applications into Dynamic Island for a more customizable lockscreen experience.
Dynamic Island is part of Apple’s proprietary iOS software and is a nice addition to the iPhone 14 Pro. This feature makes the cutout in the screen more appealing and less noticeable. It also makes multitasking much easier.
While it’s not a huge upgrade over the notch, it compensates for the extra screen real estate and makes it much easier to multitask with it.
Dynamic Island is currently exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro lineup, but it’s very likely to make its way to other future iPhone models.
The new feature is reminiscent of a news ticker, where you can read information as you do things on your iPhone. If you’re looking for a more personal phone experience, Dynamic Island is worth checking out.
Unlike the iPhone X, Dynamic Island doesn’t use the Center Stage feature. Users can access the controls by swiping away, and the live music waveform is displayed next to it.
In addition to this, the new feature can work around the sensor cutouts and work alongside other apps.
If you’re an avid iPhone user, you’re going to be excited to learn that Apple’s new iPhone 14 Pro will have an Always-On display. The new feature is designed to save battery life by always remaining visible to users.
Apple’s new display uses a 120Hz refresh rate, which is significantly higher than that of older LTPS displays. Apple’s new display will be capable of varying refresh rates to keep the display bright even when the phone is sleeping.
Apple’s new Always-On display is also designed to make the lock screen more convenient and useful. It will roll in notifications from the bottom of the screen. Notifications can also be customized.
Likewise, the status bar will be reorganized to fit the extra space created by the pill-shaped cutout.
The Always-On display is expected to work on both iPhone 14 Pro Max. Apple has already made changes to iOS 16 to enable the feature. The company has also incorporated a fade-in-and-out feature to prevent OLED burn-in. This new feature will save battery life when the phone is face down or in a pocket.
Always-On displays have been popular in other products for several years, and Apple has finally brought it to the iPhone line. The iPhone 14 Pro will feature a 48MP camera and a new A16 processor, while the standard iPhone 14 will continue to use the A15 chipset.
A leak from a reliable source detailed how the feature works and how it works. The leaker also noted that the notch on the iPhone 14 Pro will be an elongated pill rather than a hole.
The new device will also have a 120Hz ProMotion display that will go down to 1Hz refresh rates to save battery power.
The new Apple iPhone 14 Pro comes with a powerful camera system. The camera features two sensors on the back. The 12-megapixel wide-angle camera carries over from last year’s model, while the main camera has a more advanced 12-megapixel f/1.5 sensor and larger pixels.
Apple claims that this upgrade results in better detail, less noise, and faster performance. The camera also features second-generation optical image stabilization.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max has the most advanced camera systems on any smartphone. Both devices are powered by the new A16 Bionic chip, which is said to be one of the fastest chips in a mobile device. The cameras are divided into three sections, each with its own set of settings.
The main camera uses a 48-megapixel, quad-pixel sensor. The sensor’s larger size allows it to capture higher-quality images at lower lighting levels. In addition, the phone now supports 4K video recording at 24 frames-per-second.
The iPhone 14 lineup also features an action mode that promises to capture smooth video. The camera also uses cropping techniques to improve digital stabilization.
The iPhone 14 Pro uses this technique to shoot smooth videos without a gimbal. This is an upgrade over the iPhone 13 series, which had a similar feature.
The main camera on the new Apple iPhone 14 Pro boasts a 48-megapixel sensor – Apple’s largest sensor to date. It is 65% larger than the sensor in the iPhone 13 Pro.
This new lens also has a 24mm focal length, which allows for more flexibility. It also has upgraded, second-generation sensor-shift optical image stabilization.
Pre-orders begin Friday, September 9, and availability begins Friday, September 16. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be available in four new finishes: deep purple, silver, gold, and space black.
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