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iPhone 14 And iPhone 14 Plus Ditch Mini As Apple Goes Big

by George Mensah

Apple iPhone Mini is no longer an option in the iPhone 14 family. The iPhone 14 will be available in two sizes: a 6.1-inch standard model and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus. Display quality is an important part of Apple’s identity, and its latest phone will not disappoint. Both displays are said to be Super Retina XDR OLEDs with 1200 nits of peak HDR brightness and a contrast ratio of 2m:1. Dolby Vision support is also included, and Apple’s cutting-edge Ceramic Shield system will protect the display. The case, like previous iPhones, is made of aerospace-grade aluminum and is available in five colors: midnight, starlight, blue, purple, and the new Product, which is a vibrant red.

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Apple’s A15 Bionic chipset powers everything and pushes performance to its limits. The five-core GPU and six-core CPU outperform previous devices in terms of performance and efficiency. While you might think that more power necessitates more energy, Apple claims that the iPhone 14 will have “the best battery life ever in an iPhone.” Apple has redesigned the phone’s internals with thermal performance in mind, so even under heavy load, the phone’s temperature should remain lower than ever before.

Focusing on the camera

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A smartphone’s camera is what really sets it apart. For a couple of hundred dollars, you can get a functional phone that will meet the majority of the needs of average smartphone users — but if you want to take high-quality pictures, you’ll need a high-end phone. Apple’s camera system on the iPhone 14 is a clear statement. The company wants to differentiate itself from the competition, and the new flagship’s camera setup does just that.

Customers will be able to use a 12MP main camera with 1.9-micron size pixels, an f/1.5 aperture, and Sensor-Shift OIS to capture extreme detail. The camera’s software enables improved motion freezing. In the camera phone world, low light photography tends to separate the wheat from the chaff, and Apple has improved its low light capture capability by nearly 50% on the iPhone 14. There is also an Ultrawide camera.

The phone has a new 12MP f/1.9 true depth front camera for selfies. A hybrid system means that the focus system also works in low light, and a “photonic engine image pipeline” produces better overall low-light images. The photonic engine is not limited to the front camera and can be found in all of the phone’s cameras. Fans of shooting video will appreciate the improved stabilization mode, Action mode, which uses the entire sensor to improve overscan and roll correction, and Dolby Vision HDR support.

The U.S. models are eSIM only

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The rumors were true, at least in the United States, and the iPhone no longer has a sim tray. Instead, emphasis has been placed on the eSim system, which is a built-in version of the sim card that can be activated with a simple QR code scan. iPhone users can use an eSIM to quickly transfer existing plans to their phone or to add new plans that will work alongside the ones that are already installed. Multiple plans can be used on the same phone and iPhone users can switch between them in the settings menu. You don’t even need a WiFi connection to activate or switch an eSIM; simply scan and go.

The iPhone’s use of satellite communications is the other major connectivity-related announcement. Users will be able to request assistance from almost anywhere in the world, with their phones transmitting an emergency SOS signal via the satellite network. Even if WiFi and cell service are unavailable, the SOS service will function. Crash detection is also available, and in the event of an emergency, the emergency services will be automatically contacted. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, unsurprisingly, include 5G connectivity.


The standard iPhone 14 will cost at least $799, with the larger iPhone 14 Plus beginning at $899. The iPhone 14 will be available on September 16, with the iPhone 14 Plus following a few weeks later on October 7. Customers who want to get their hands on a new iPhone can start placing pre-orders on September 9.

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