They were just announced iPhone 14 Pro (6.1″) and iPhone 14 Pro Max (6.7″) via the mouth of Apple CEO Tim Cook. The devices have a new front design with a smaller notch for the front camera that frees up screen space. Apple calls the cutout a “dynamic island,” and it can essentially display notifications or other system information in an animated image.
In the first major display redesign since Apple introduced the iPhone X in 2017, both devices feature the new pill-shaped notch that replaces the old one and can be dynamically adjusted. They have an always-on screen and the new A16 Bionic chip.
The always-on screen works with the new lock screen widget feature in iOS 16. It will support information such as reminders, calendar events and weather without the iPhone having to be unlocked. There’s even a sleep mode for iOS 16 wallpapers that will darken them to use less battery power.
The six-core CPU of the A16 Bionic includes two high-performance cores that use 20 percent less power and four efficiency cores. The chipset helps power the animations found in Dynamic Island mode and will also power Apple’s new camera system. For the first time, the iPhone moves away from a 12-megapixel sensor to a 48-megapixel sensor. The new main camera has up to two times improvements in low-light photography, all using a quad-pixel sensor with f/1.78 aperture and 24mm focal length.
The ultrawide camera comes with improvements in macro photography and 3x low-light improvement. The flash has also been redesigned, so it’s twice as bright and reacts to the focal length of photos.
When it comes to video capture, the iPhone 14 Pro models definitely have you covered. Cinema mode can now do 4K resolution at 30 fps and 4K at 24 fps.
Cook said it’s the “most innovative professional series yet.” The iPhone 14 Pro will start at $999 and the iPhone 14 Pro Max at $1,099. Both will be available for pre-order on September 9th and in stores on September 16th.
In summary, the iPhone 14 Pro has many new features:
An always-on screen that doesn’t turn off when not in use.
A new low power mode to extend battery life.
It’s powered by Apple’s latest A16 Bionic chip, which Apple says is built on a 4nm process.
48 megapixel camera thanks to a larger sensor.
Better low light photography.
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