- The iPhone 14 launched on Friday has a few notable differences from its predecessor. Apple replaced the notch with a tab design and introduced emergency SOS via satellite connectivity. However, this feature is limited to the US and Canada at the moment. It is also slightly larger than the iPhone 13 and comes with a larger battery.
The iPhone 14 has a 6.7-inch screen, but will not come in a mini variant. Instead, Apple will release two 6.1-inch and one 6.7-inch models. One of the biggest changes is the pill-shaped cutout in the notch for the camera and Face ID components. This will free up space on the front and allow for different UI elements to be visible in different parts of the display.
The new iPhone has a dual camera system in the rear, with a 12MP main camera and a secondary 12MP ultra-wide camera. The primary camera has a larger sensor and larger pixels, which Apple claims will improve low-light photography by 49 per cent. The front camera also has a new lens arrangement, which can now do autofocus. The new phone also offers a new video stabilisation mode.
The screen on the new iPhone 14 is improved with a 120Hz refresh rate, which means that videos will appear smoother and less distorted. This is especially noticeable when playing games. The new iPhone 14 has the same storage range as its predecessor, with models starting at 128GB and increasing to 1TB. This should be enough space for most users.
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