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iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro is finally here!

iPhone 14

It’s finally here! Apple has unveiled its iPhone 14 series lineup.

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus

iPhone 14

The tech giant has not played with the designed and preserved much of the iPhone 13’s design for the iPhone14 and iPhone14 Plus. The smartphones are powered by the previous-gen A15 Bionic chipset. Some speculated features have been introduced like eSIM and Emergency SOS. 

iPhone 14 models in the US will not have the physical SIM tray altogether. It will also support Emergency SOS via communication satellites when you’re out of range of a cell signal. Apple claims that the smartphone can take less than 15 seconds to send a message with a clear view of the sky with help of the interface guides users to point their phone in the right direction and walks them through the steps to connect with emergency service providers using phone’s antennas to satellite frequencies. The feature will be rolling out starting from the US and Canada. It’s free for two years with iPhone 14 models.

The phone has a 12-megapixel main camera with a 49 percent improvement in low-light image quality, as per the company. Apple also claims that the Night Mode is twice as fast now. The front camera has a new 12-megapixel TrueDepth camera with autofocus.  The cameras also have Deep Fusion image processing to provide a better low-light performance and color rendering, a technology it’s calling “Photonic Engine.” For videos, Apple has a new stabilization mode called Action Mode.

Apple has done away with the mini version of the iPhone 14 lineup. The iPhone 14 sports a 6.1-inch screen whereas the 14 Plus comes with a bigger 6.7-inch screen. The company claims that the 14 Plus model has the best battery life of any iPhone.

Preorders start on September 9th. Talking about the price point, the base iPhone 14 model will start at Rs 79,900 and for iPhone 14 Plus it will  at Rs 89,900.

iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max

iPhone 14 pro

The Dynamic Island, a faster A16 Bionic chip and 48-megapixel camera- Apple has a bunch of new features for iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.

Starting with the display, Apple has removed the notch, and for good! Now you have a pill-shaped cutout on the center that moves around, animates, and shows notifications, making what Apple is calling the Dynamic Island. This new innovation is used for live activity widgsportotifications, and alerts that adapt and more around the pill-shaped notch. iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max sports 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch displays respectively with brightness levels that can go up to 2000 nits. Apple says that no other smartphone offers these brightness levels.

The speculated always-on mode is also here! You can see the calendar information, notifications, and live activity without powering the smartphone. The wallpapers also darken to match the newly introduced modes.

For the first first time ever, iPhone has a 48-megapixel main camera with a quad-pixel sensor. The setup is said to improve low-light photography. It also has AppleProRaw features for pro photographers to get the best shot by adjusting the camera setting with the 48 MP camera. It comes with a 12MP telephoto sensor and a 12MP ultra-wide sensor which claims to offer better macro photography. The Pro models also have the new Photonic engine which claims to deliver better images in low light and the Action mode and cinematic Mode for videos. The front camera is also 12 MP.

Both the models are powered by the A16 Bionic processor that is said to take the performance to another level.  Apple claims that the A16 Bionic processor is “way ahead” of what any Android smartphone can offer as it is the “fastest” processor in any smartphone. It has two high-performance cores and four high-efficiency cores, the new 6-core CPU is up to 40 percent faster than the competition and easily handles demanding workloads, says the tech giant.

Talking about the price, you can get iPhone 14 Pro for Rs 129900 and iPhone 14 Pro Max for Rs 139900. Preorders start on September 9.

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