While iPhone 14 Pro models have arrived with several significant upgrades, the base iPhone 14 model has kept most of the features we’ve seen on iPhone 13, but with some significant upgrades.
Apple has launched the latest iPhone range, the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro Max at its ‘Far Out’ event. With a new iPhone released almost every year, it can be worth wondering if the new iPhone is worth upgrading to or not, especially if you’re spending nearly or over a thousand dollars on it. Those who bought their iPhone 13 last year must be wondering if they should upgrade to the new iPhone 14 or not. So here we have compared the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 so that you can determine whether you should consider an upgrade or not.
iPhone 14 vs iPhone 13: Important Upgrades You Need to Know
Apple’s iPhone 13 was the successor to the company’s best-selling iPhone 12, and the device launched with the in-house designed A15 Bionic chipset and a Super Retina XDR display with HDR support, with True Tone color reproduction, a Haptic Touch feedback, a 20,000,000:1 contrast ratio and 1,200 nits maximum brightness. On the other hand, iPhone 14 has arrived with the A15 Bionic SoC with minor improvements and 5-core GPU. The screen size remains the same as iPhone 13. However, the camera system has undergone some improvements compared to its predecessor iPhone 13. The device got a new 12 MP main camera along with a larger sensor and larger pixels, a new TrueDepth camera on the front , the Ultra Wide camera to capture more of a scene, and a Photonic Engine for a quantum leap in low-light performance.
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One of the major upgrades that iPhone 14 gets is support for satellite connections and crash detection that iPhone 13 doesn’t have. The iPhone 14 includes a new dual-core accelerometer that can detect G-force measurements up to 256Gs and a new high dynamic range gyroscope.