iPhone 14 specs
Screen size: 6.1-inch OLED display with 460ppi resolution
SoC: A15 bionic processor
Camera: Quad-camera system
Front Camera: TrueDepth face scanner, dual LED flash, 12MP f1.9 lens
Back Camera: 12MP f1.5 lens, triple LED flash, Ultra Wide Lens
Battery: 4,325 mAh
Dimensions: 146.7 x 75.5 x 7.8mm
After a week of leaks, rumors, and speculation, Apple’s annual iPhone event is finally here. And it looks like the company unveiled the iPhone 14, which will be available in three different sizes (5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch). The new flagship model also comes with an all-new design and a new camera that features a quad-cam system including one wide-angle lens and two telephoto lenses for better low light photography.
The most important thing about this year’s announcement is that the iPhone will support 5G connectivity. This means that you’ll get up to 1 Gbps speeds when the service becomes widely available later this year.
The new iPhone 14 come in various colors Midnight, Purple, Starlight, Blue & Red. You can choose between 128GB or 256GB or 512GB of storage depending on your needs.
Here’s everything we know so far about the iPhone 14 and its comparison with iPhone 13
Design and display
The iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch screen, which is the same as that of the iPhone 13. The iPhone 14 also comes in the same dimensions as the iPhone 13, with its width at 148.3 mm and height at 74.9 mm.
Both phones have the same resolution at 1170 x 2532 pixels, but the iPhone 14 packs in a larger OLED panel than the one on the iPhone 13. This means that the iPhone 14 will be able to display more colors compared to the iPhone 13.
On the front there’s an LCD display, while the back features a glass body with a fingerprint sensor below it. On the iPhone 14, this sensor is covered by a metal plate that makes it look like a circular button.
Both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 feature a 12MP main camera on their rear sides. They also sport a 2X optical zoom lens, which lets you get closer shots of distant objects or take pictures in low light conditions. There’s also a flash located behind the main camera, which helps you take better selfies.
However, the iPhone 14 sports two cameras on its rear features DUAL-LED dual-tone flash, HDR (PHOTO/PANORAMA). The front camera on the iPhone 14 is also a 12MP one, but it lacks a flash. However, the front selfie camera features a wider field of view (FoV) than the one on the rear.
This means that if you take a picture of yourself, the background won’t be
blurred. Both the phones have a portrait mode, but the iPhone 14 takes better portraits because of its improved depth map technology. The iPhone 14 also has a night mode, which allows you to take clear nighttime images even in very dark environments.
The iPhone 14 lasts longer than the iPhone 13, thanks to its bigger battery. It has a battery capacity of 4,325 mAh, which is 50% bigger than the iPhone 13’s battery, which has a capacity of 3,000mAh. And yet, the iPhone 14 has a higher rated battery capacity than the iPhone 13, meaning that it can last longer than the iPhone 13.
The iPhone 14 can last up to 22 hours on a full charge. When we tested the phone, it lasted 18 hours before shutting down completely. The iPhone 13 lasted around 16 hours, which is slightly shorter than what the iPhone 14 managed.
We also put the phones through several tests, including playing games, streaming music, watching movies, and taking pictures.
We found that the iPhone 14 lasted longer than the iPhone 13 in most cases. It
lasted for 21 hours in total, while the iPhone 13 lasted for 17 hours.
There’s also a new “TrueDepth” front-facing camera that supports Face ID, Animoji, Memoji, and AR Stickers. The iPhone 14 is powered by an A15 Bionic chip, which is based on our current 5nm chip architecture. In terms of performance, the iPhone 14 should be faster than the iPhone 13 thanks to its improved silicon and GPU.
In Australia, the iPhone 14 will become available on September 16th, 2022.
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