In most cases, Apple stays true to its tried-and-true strategy, which consists of re-releasing iPhones with incremental changes while avoiding creating too much of a stir. In contrast, the iPhone 14 Pro series is the first to introduce significant new features to the lineup in the recent past several years. This year, Apple has not only increased the amount of screen real estate available on its Pro models, but it has also made a clearer distinction between its Pro models and its other models. Both the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max include an updated display, improved cameras, and a more modern design, all of which are driven by an ultra-efficient CPU.
Do More with the Dynamic Island
The most noticeable change that has been made to the iPhone 14 Pro is the new pill housing, which also comes with the accompanying Dynamic Island. The floating widget known as Dynamic Island is designed to blend in with the housing of the camera, so converting the visual obstruction into a feature.
It’s a colourful and interactive window that can resize itself to show things like music controls, timers, voice notes, AirDrop, Maps directions, battery status, and popup notifications, among other things. Since there have been so many successful imitations of The Dynamic Island, it is already a fan favourite.
ProMotion for iPhone
Next, the new iPhone 14 Pro has a display that is nothing short of breathtaking. Smooth 120Hz displays have been a vital feature of premium Android devices for several years, but it appears that Apple has been content to wait for the technology to mature before implementing it in its products. For a more fluid and lifelike user interface and user experience, the iPhone 14 Pro features a super brilliant 120Hz ProMotion screen. Depending on the content that you are now viewing, it has the ability to dynamically drop all the way down to 1Hz.
Always On Display
The Always-On Display (AOD) is supported by the low-powered solution that is the LTPO AMOLED panel that is located underneath the screen of the iPhone 14 Pro. This results in a higher price point for the new iPhone. When it is on, it displays a clock as well as any notifications without immediately awakening the phone when you take it up.
Additionally, the cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro are the first to utilise a high-resolution sensor. Behind the primary lens is a huge 48-megapixel sensor that can be binned down to produce images of 12 megapixels. Because of its higher resolution, the iPhone 14 Pro is capable of cramming more details and pixels into an image than any other iPhone before it. Apple claims that its products would work better even in low-light and dark environments. Additionally, the camera app includes an Action Mode that provides superior stabilisation similar to that of a gimbal.