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Apple has announced its new iPhone 14 series at its “Far Out” launch event Wednesday, which now comes with updated cameras along with a bigger Plus model. The launch came alongside several other, including a new and a new version of the .
The iPhone 14 packs a 6.1-inch display, while the iPhone 14 Plus has a 6.7-inch screen. There are five colors, two rear cameras and “all-day” battery life. The A15 Bionic powers the show, which Apple says is 18% faster. Both devices feature similar outer casings to the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models, which were released in 2020 and 2021, respectively.
While Apple has released smaller “Mini” models of its main iPhone line each of the past two years, it did not introduce an iPhone 14 Mini on Wednesday.
Pricing for the iPhone 14 starts at $799 (£849, AU$1,399) for a 128GB version, the same as last year’s iPhone 13, and will be available on Sept. 16. The iPhone 14 Plus, which also offers 128GB as its base storage, starts at $899 (£949, AU$1,579) and is available on Oct. 7. Preorders for both models will open on Sept. 9.
For cameras, both devices feature an updated 12-megapixel main lens, with a faster aperture that should lead to better motion capture. A new video stabilization mode, dubbed “action mode,” is designed to keep your content smooth even when recording video while moving around. The front camera is a 12-megapixel sensor that has been improved for shooting in low light.
As rumored, Apple ison the new iPhone 14 line. It also adds , a feature Apple focused on during its , and a new . The satellite feature will launch in November and will be included for free for two years with the purchase of the iPhone 14.
In addition to the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus, Apple also introducedwith an updated design that replaces the traditional notch with a new “pill-like” layout for the front camera and Face ID sensor.
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