Apple has officially unveiled the iPhone 14 at its “Far Out” event today and it seems mostly like an iterative upgrade over last year’s model. We do have a new Plus model this year by way of the iPhone 14 Plus, which features a 6.7-inch display, in addition to the 6.1-inch iPhone 14. And unlike what the rumor mill was speculating, the front camera notch is still there.
Both the iPhone 14 models have the same Super Retina display that goes up to 1,200 nits, and feature ceramic shield for protection from scratches. The devices are available in five colors this year, including new blue and purple shades.
In addition to bigger screens, the iPhone 14s have longer battery lives, and are powered by the same A15 Bionic processor as last year’s iPhones. The most significant updates appear to be in cameras so far, with a new 12-megapixel main camera that has a larger sensor and bigger pixels at 1.9 microns.
Video recording is also getting a new feature called Action Mode, which stabilizes shaky footage as you’re recording.
One of the most significant changes this year is the removal of the physical SIM card tray.
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