The American company Apple unveiled its new iPhone 14, which can communicate via satellite in emergency in addition to technology to detect car accidents, at its annual conference at its headquarters in the United States. The technology and smartphone industry giant in the world presented its fans with 4 versions of the new phone at its headquarters in Cupertino, while allowing the audience to attend in person for the first time since the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic, and the company also presented a new wearable watch for difficult sports called Ultra Watch (Super Watch). ).
The company’s announcement this year focused on the next generation of iPhone products, watches and AirPods.
The company’s CEO, Tim Cook, appeared himself on stage at the Steve Jobs Theater inside the company’s California campus, but the presentation of the products was fully pre-recorded.
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iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max design
The biggest change in the design of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, is the top of the screen where the front camera is above the middle of the screen, which looks like a rectangular pill.
The company used a new feature called Dynamic Island (Interactive Island to display phone information and interactions on an isolated island), to replace the black notch, which many iPhone users complain about, and its shape can change depending on existing notifications.
The other big change is that the phone can always stay on, as when the phone is not in use, the screen dims and the refresh rate drops.
The new phone comes in dark purple along with black, silver and gold, and the iPhone 14 Pro is priced at $ 999 and £ 1099 in Britain.
The features of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Promax can be presented as follows:
Enable 48MP ProRAW photos
iPhone 14 Pro models feature an upgraded rear camera system that can take 48MP photos, but only in ProRAW mode, which can be enabled in the Settings app under Camera Apple ProRAW formats with the resolution set to 48MP.
And in the Camera app, a button named RAW will appear in the upper-right corner to easily turn ProRAW on or off, as ProRAW images keep more detail in the image file for more editing flexibility.
Also, 48MP ProRAW photos are very large files at 75MB each or higher, so consider your iPhone storage if you’re taking photos in this mode.
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– Enable 4K Cinema Mode
On all four iPhone 14 models, cinema-mode videos can now be recorded in 4K. To enable a higher resolution in the Settings app, tap Camera Cinematography and choose 4K at 24 fps or 4K at 30 fps.
Cinematic mode was introduced with the iPhone 13 lineup, and features a depth effect with automatic focus changes for “cinematic” videos.
– Improved Action Mode in low light
All four iPhone 14 models feature a new Action Mode that adapts to large vibrations, motion and vibrations for smoother video, and Apple says the feature can be used to record video while driving off-road in the car, filming a runner, and more.
The Action Mode button can be found in the upper-left corner of the Camera app for video, and in the Settings app, the Action Mode can be optimized for low-light conditions by going to the camera, video recording, and the lower-light motion mode.
-Play the startup sound
The new optional accessibility feature allows all iPhone 14 models to play a sound when it is turned on and off, the feature can be enabled in the Settings app under Accessibility -> Audio/Visual -> Turn sounds on and off.
– Turn off the always-on screen
iPhone 14 Pro’s new Always On display mode is enabled by default, which can be turned off in the Settings app under Display & Brightness Always On.
Always-on mode darkens the entire lock screen, but still shows the time, date, widgets, wallpaper, and unread notifications. Once you lift the iPhone, tap or swipe up at the bottom of the screen, or press the side button, the screen returns to normal brightness.
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– Turn on keyboard haptic feedback
iOS 16 added a new haptic feedback option for the iPhone’s stock keyboard. Similar to many Android smartphones, the iPhone can make a slight vibration after each key you press as you type, providing physical confirmation of the key tap.
In the Settings app, the feature is located under Sounds & Haptics Keyboard Feedback Haptic.
– Add battery percentage icon to status bar
iOS 16 finally reintroduced the option to display the battery percentage icon in the status bar on iPhone X and later, eliminating the need to scroll down to open Control Center to see percentage, and to enable the new icon on iPhone 14 Pro models, open the Settings app and go to Battery Battery Percentage .
– Send messages automatically with Siri
Siri usually asks for confirmation before sending a message to someone, but in iOS 16, there’s a new option to skip the confirmation step. To enable this in the Settings app, tap Siri & Search Send Messages Automatically.
– Show Wi-Fi passwords
You can finally view the password of the Wi-Fi network you previously connected to on iOS 16, in the Settings app, tap Wi-Fi Tap a network Tap the password field and authenticate with Face ID to view the password.
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