The iPhone 14 lineup was introduced a few minutes ago during the Far Out event. It comes with a plethora of new features that make the devices a whole lot better than the last-gen ones. Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that the new smartphones are "the best iPhones we have ever created."
There are four entries in the Apple iPhone 14 family. These include the base model, iPhone 14 Plus, Pro, and Pro Max. The Pro models are based on the A16 Bionic chipset.
Three of the new Apple iPhones will be launching on September 16, and anyone interested will get to pre-order all the products from September 9. However, the Plus version won't ship until October 7. The company has called the lineup their most "incredible" one ever.
More details on upcoming Apple iPhone 14 lineup
Three of the upcoming iPhone variants will feature larger screens. Apple has done away with the Mini version in the lineup and replaced it with a flagship-sized Plus variant.
With the new series, the company has also introduced a dynamic pill-shaped cutout, which they call the "Dynamic Island." This feature, however, is exclusive to the Pro and Pro Max models.
The Apple iPhone 14 and the Plus
Found in the 13 Pro and the 13 Pro Max, the iPhone 14 (base) and Plus units are powered by the A15 Bionic chip. The iPhone 14 comes with a 6.1-inch display, while the Plus variant promises more screen real estate at 6.7 inches. Moreover, not only do these models offer all-day-long battery life, they also offer improved performance when it comes to their front cameras.
With this year's smartphones, Apple is also ditching the SIM card tray to facilitate water and dust resistance. Thus, the new iPhone models are eSIM only.
The 6.1-inch base model is priced at $799, and the Plus variant will cost users $899. Both versions can be pre-ordered right now. One thing to note, however, is that the Plus variant will see its full release on October 7.
The Apple iPhone 14 Pro and the Pro Max
The Pro lineup packs Apple's best innovations and a world-class A16 Bionic chip. These devices come with a dynamic pill-shaped cutout at the top of the display.
With the Pro series, the company has massively improved the cameras. These devices pack a 48 MP main sensor that is capable of offering up to four zoom options. Furthermore, compared to the iPhone 13 Pro, performance of the primary camera here has been improved up to two times. The 6.1-inch Pro and the 6.7-inch Pro Max also promise a battery life that lasts all day.
The displays have improved as well. Now, they can feature up to 2000 nits outdoors and 1,600 nits while using HDR. The phones also come with an always-on display.
The Pro and Pro Max variants are priced at $999 and $1,099, respectively. Pre-orders are live right now, and the phones will start shipping on September 16.
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