iOS 16 to Dynamic Island, top 5 changes iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max can brag about
Apple has brought a lot of new updates to the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max compared to earlier iPhone models. From iOS 16, Dynamic Island, Emergency SOS via satellite, and much more- check top 5 updates here.
iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are said to be the most advanced Pro lineup ever. In short, the best iPhones in Apple history. Both the iPhone 14 Pro models feature the iOS 16, Dynamic Island, Always-On display, and more. Powered by A16 Bionic chipset, iPhone 14 Pro introduces a new class of pro camera system, with the first-ever 48MP Main camera on iPhone featuring a quad-pixel sensor, and Photonic Engine, an enhanced image pipeline that dramatically improves low-light photos. The phone also gets Emergency SOS via satellite and Crash Detection features.
iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be available in four colour options- deep purple, silver, gold, and space black. Also, both the phones are available for pre-orders and will be available from Friday, September 16. The iPhone 14 pro comes with a starting price of Rs. 1,29,900. While the price of Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at Rs. 1,39,900. Want to know more about what new features iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max gets? Here are the top 5 new updates iPhone 14 Pro models get.
Top 5 new updates iPhone 14 Pro models get
1. Advanced display: iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are available in 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch sizes, both models include a new Super Retina XDR display with ProMotion that features the Always-On display for the first time ever on iPhone, enabled by a new 1Hz refresh rate and multiple power-efficient technologies. This makes the new Lock Screen even more useful, keeping the time, widgets, and Live Activities available at a glance. The advanced display also brings the same peak HDR brightness level as Pro Display XDR, and the highest outdoor peak brightness in a smartphone: up to 2000 nits, which is said to be twice as bright as iPhone 13 Pro.
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2. Dynamic Island: With the introduction of the Dynamic Island, the TrueDepth camera has been redesigned to take up less of the display area. Without impeding content on the screen, the Dynamic Island maintains an active state to allow users easier access to controls with a simple tap-and-hold. Ongoing background activities like Maps, Music, or a timer remain visible and interactive, and third-party apps in iOS 16 that provide information like sports scores and ride-sharing with Live Activities can take advantage of the Dynamic Island.
3. iOS 16: iOS 16 features a reimagined Lock Screen along with new communication, sharing, and intelligence features that together change the way users experience iPhone. The Lock Screen is more personal, beautiful, and helpful with a multilayered effect that sets subjects of photos in front of the time, and newly designed widgets that offer information at a glance. With Messages, users can now edit or recall recently sent messages, and mark conversations as unread to revisit them later. iCloud Shared Photo Library makes it even easier to share a collection of photos with family. Live Text gets more powerful with the ability to recognise text in video and quickly convert currency, translate text, and more, and Visual Look Up adds a new feature that allows users to tap and hold on the subject of an image to lift it from the background and place it in apps like Messages.
4. Crash detection: The entire iPhone 14 lineup introduces safety capabilities that can provide emergency assistance. Crash Detection on iPhone can now detect a severe car crash and automatically dial emergency services when a user is unconscious or unable to reach their iPhone. These capabilities build on existing components, like the barometer, which can now detect cabin pressure changes, the GPS for additional input for speed changes, and the microphone, which can recognize loud noises typified by severe car crashes.
5. Emergency SOS via Satellite: The iPhone 14 lineup also introduces Emergency SOS via satellite, which combines custom components deeply integrated with software to allow antennas to connect directly to a satellite, enabling messaging with emergency services when outside of cellular or Wi-Fi coverage. Since every second counts, with Emergency SOS via satellite, iPhone front-loads a few vital questions to assess the user's situation and shows them where to point their phone to connect to a satellite. The initial questionnaire and follow-up messages are then relayed to centers staffed by Apple‑trained specialists who can call for help on the user's behalf. This technology also allows users to manually share their location over satellite with Find My when there is no cellular or Wi-Fi connection. Emergency SOS via satellite will be available to users in the US and Canada in November, and the service will be free for two years.