Apple recently introduced the iPhone 14 Pro. So let’s take a look at what’s new. The entry model costs $999 and features a 6.1-inch display with stainless steel sides. A larger 6.7-inch 14 Pro Max is also available at $1,099. Both models come in four colors; deep purple, gold, silver, and space black. Their headlining features include everything covered in my previous iPhone 14 article, plus some extras that are exclusive to the Pro models. Like Dynamic Island, which consolidates your notifications, alerts, and activities into one fluid bubble. Expanding and contracting depend on the content being displayed. This was made possible by placing the proximity sensor behind the display and shrinking the TrueDepth camera system by 31%.
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When iPhone is in sleep mode, its display will become slightly darker without turning off thanks to its Always-On Display. So you can quickly glance at your latest notifications without tapping. To prevent battery drain, the screen only refreshes once a second, and it turns off completely when face-down, in your pocket, or when you leave the room with your Apple Watch. While the display is in use, it can deliver 1,600 nits of peak brightness. The same level as the $5,000 Pro Display XDR. But it goes even further outdoors, reaching 2,000 nits. That makes iPhone 14 Pro’s display the brightness of any smartphone today.
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Its camera system has a new 48-megapixel lens, up from 12 megapixels, with a 65% larger sensor. Allowing ProRAW shots to be 4x the resolution, and the ability to group four pixels into one large quad pixel, gathering 4x more light and producing better photos at a 12MP size. This also allows iPhone to go beyond the three fixed lenses of the Pro camera system to create an additional 2x Telephoto. Which expands its zoom options to 0.5x, 1x, 2x, and 3x. While the new Adaptive True Tone flash adjusts the pattern and intensity of nine LEDs depending on the focal length of the photo, for a two-times brighter flash on Telephoto shots and 3x better uniformity on Ultra Wide shots.
The Pro iPhone models feature Apple’s new A16 Bionic chip, which is about 17% faster than the A15 and helps deliver the same battery life as last year’s models despite the additional features. So those are the exclusive features for iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, this is Greg with Apple Explained, thanks for watching till the end, and I’ll see you in the next video.