Three features the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have that the iPhone 14 Plus won't

Three features the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have that the iPhone 14 Plus won’t

Apple is set to host its next “Far out” special event tomorrow, and the company is expected to showcase a variety of new products. Among them is the entire iPhone 14 lineup, which is supposed to have four different models: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

As for the iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max, they will share the same screen size, but that’s about it. Read on as we detail three features the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have and the iPhone 14 Plus won’t.

New display technologies

It’s been a while since Apple introduced a new iPhone with the “Plus” branding, but that’s about to change. This year, Apple is rumored to be dropping the iPhone mini size, so there won’t be an iPhone 14 mini. Instead, Apple is expected to announce the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and a new 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus.

You may have noticed that the iPhone 14 Plus will have the same screen size as the iPhone 13 Pro Max (and possibly the iPhone 14 Pro Max, which should keep the same screen size as the current generation) . However, the similarities between these two models end there.

While the iPhone 14 Plus will use the same display technology as the iPhone 13 with a 60Hz OLED panel, the display capabilities of the iPhone 14 Pro Max will go beyond that.

Based on multiple evidence and rumors, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a new display design without the notch at the top of the screen. Apple will replace the notch with a pill-shaped cutout that houses Face ID sensors and the new front camera.

More than that, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have a ProMotion display with refresh rates ranging from 120Hz to 1Hz. As a result, the most expensive iPhone model will have an always-on display for the first time, so that ‘It will display certain visuals on the screen even when it’s “off”, just like the Apple Watch.

A16 chip

Every year, Apple introduces new iPhone models with a new, faster chip. This time, however, some iPhone models may not have any new chips. As corroborated by 9to5Mac earlier this year, the mid-range iPhone 14 models will be powered by the A15 Bionic, while only the 14 Pro models will have the new A16 chip.

A15 is the chip featured in the iPhone 13 lineup. And while iPhone 14 is rumored to have an upgraded version of the A15 Bionic chip with more RAM and possibly a better GPU, it’s still the same processor. than last year’s iPhone. Consumers who want the best performance in the market will have to pay more for the iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max with the A16 chip.

Of course, we’ll have to wait until we get our hands on both models to get a better idea of ​​the performance difference between the iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max in real-world scenarios.

Important camera improvements

A recent report suggested that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will get minor hardware changes when it comes to cameras. However, major upgrades should be exclusive to iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

For example, the iPhone 14 Pro models are expected to feature a new 48MP wide lens (compared to the current 12MP lens) that will enable new video capabilities, such as 8K video for the first time on an iPhone. . Rumors also suggest that the ultra-wide lens on the 14 Pro models will have a larger sensor to capture more light, which should translate to better photos and videos in low-light scenarios.

Three features the iPhone 14 Pro Max will have that the iPhone 14 Plus won't

Not to mention that features like ProRAW photos and ProRes videos are exclusive to the Pro models. So, if you are a big fan of photography, you should probably go for iPhone 14 Pro Max instead of iPhone 14 Plus.


So, as you can see, while Apple is giving less demanding consumers the option of buying a larger screen phone with the iPhone 14 Plus, those who want the best hardware will likely end up buying a 14 Pro model. But what about you? Which will you choose? Let us know in the comments below.

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