Apple has officially announced the iPhone 14 range, excluding the iPhone 14 Mini. As previously predicted, the iPhone with a tiny display has been replaced with a new model with a 6.7-inch screen that is not a Pro version. For the first time since Apple's standard and Pro variations, iPhone customers may now enjoy a large-screen iPhone without paying for all of the other high-end technology offered on the Pro Max model. Even if this is wonderful, it is not the most remarkable feature of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus - this year has a great deal to be thrilled about. Apple has upgraded the camera system with a new 12-megapixel rear-facing camera with a bigger sensor and larger 1.9-micron pixels, which the firm claims increases low-light performance by 49%. However, the ultra-wide lens has not been modified.
Apple’s iPhone 14 range
Apple introduced four new iPhone models on September 16. The predecessors of the new iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and Pro Max are identical. In contrast, the iPhone 14 Plus replaces the "small" version this time around. The Plus range did not begin appearing on the Australian market until October 7 due to a delay.
The larger 6.7" Super Retina XDR display distinguishes the iPhone 14 Plus from the standard iPhone 14. A 1284 x 2778 resolution combined with 460 pixels per inch creates lifelike photos. This is further enhanced by OLED technology for greater contrast. 'True Tone technology adjusts the display to the surrounding light for easy viewing.
The most notable omission is a 120Hz refresh rate, which the Galaxy S22 has, which means you won't get the same super-smooth scrolling or animation in supported games. The iPhone 14 covered 117.4% of the sRGB color space and 83.1% of the more difficult DCI-P3 color space. On the same tests, the Galaxy S22 scored 110% and 77.9% in Natural mode, but 210.4/149.1% in Vivid mode. The Delta-E accuracy score of the iPhone 14 Pro was a fantastic 0.25, but the Galaxy S22 scored even higher at 0.22.
The iPhone 14's main camera does not get the 48MP boost that the iPhone 14 Pro series does, but it does have improved cameras in its own right. The main 12MP wide camera has 1.9-micrometer pixels and a faster f/1.7 aperture than the one in the iPhone 13. As a result, you can expect better low-light performance and action shots.
The iPhone 14 also has an ultrawide camera that can capture 4x more of a scene and perform 2x better in low light. In addition, the TrueDepth camera features autofocus for the first time, as well as a faster f/1.9 aperture. A new computational photography feature, Photonic Engine, has been added to help capture brighter images across the board.