As it does every year, Apple conducted its major “Far Out” launch event last night and unveiled a number of new devices. Along with the Apple Watch 8, Apple Watch Ultra, and the newest AirPods Pro, the firm unveiled an intriguing new Special iPhone 14 Event lineup with many noteworthy updates.
The new Watch was introduced right away at Apple’s end-of-summer event, followed by a brief mention of the iPhone 14—what we’ve all come to see. These devices offer improved features, like accident detection, SOS emergency satellite assistance, and many more, to increase user experience.
I gathered all the information for you right away in case you didn’t have time to watch the live feed. Here is everything Apple announced during their event yesterday, along with their release dates.
The iPhone 14 series is now available
In a way, the new iPhone 14 Pro heralds the start of Apple’s Face ID notch’s demise. The iPhone 14 lineup consists of four items. The iPhone 14 and the new iPhone 14 Plus are still available, along with the top-tier iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. These handsets have a useful new emergency satellite mode and use an eSIM card. Furthermore, Apple hasn’t introduced a new “small” smartphone.
Even though the new iPhone 14 Plus has a larger 6.7-inch screen, the normal iPhone 14 doesn’t significantly differ from previous models. A new front camera with autofocus, an enhanced camera system, a longer battery life, and a new action mode for incredibly smooth video capture are all features of the iPhone 14. Although it still has a notch, this phone is much better than the one it replaces and boasts the longest battery life of any iPhone to date.
With the iPhone 14 Pro, Apple is able to match the software features of a number of Android rivals before outpacing them with a few fresh capabilities. The A16 Bionic technology, which powers a revolutionary always-on display and customizable refresh rates, is found in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
On Android smartphones, the Always-on Display feature is a common one. The time, date, alerts, battery life, and other vital information are continuously shown on the screen even when it is in a low power mode. It will most likely use less than 5% of the battery over an 8-hour period.
New Apple Watch Series 8
The biggest change from the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, though, is the notch. She shifted. Because iOS 16 takes full use of the notch, Apple names its latest smartphone’s notch “Dynamic Island,” and it is smaller and rounded. It’s quite ingenious how Apple effectively converted the notch space into a notification center. The notch transforms and comes to life as a variety of notification centers including payments, Apple Music, notifications, and more.
The new iPhone 14 Pro has a variable refresh rate display that is more brilliant, clear, and attractive than ever. It received updates to the Pro camera system with four zoom choices, a new 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens, and a significantly upgraded 48-megapixel main camera on the back.
The new crash detection capability is quite great and is available on all four of the new iPhone 14 models as well as the new Apple Watch Series 8. These gadgets can rapidly warn important contacts, emergency services, and other parties if you are in an accident thanks to modern sensors, inbuilt microphones, gyroscopes, and accelerometers.
New iPhone 14 Prices
- $1,019 for the iPhone 14 (6.1 inches).
- 1,169 euros for the iPhone 14 Plus (6.7 inches).
- 1,329 euros for the iPhone 14 Pro (6.1 inches).
- 1,479 euros for the iPhone 14 Pro Max (6.7 inches).
The pricing listed above is available for pre-orders starting September 9 for the iPhone 14 range. Beginning on September 16, users will begin receiving their cell phones. The iPhone 14 Plus won’t be available until October 7, though.