Introducing the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, the latest flagship smartphones from Apple. Both models feature a stunning haptic-touch capable 6.1″ and 6.7″ (diagonal) “Super Retina XDR display” with ProMotion, boasting resolutions of 2556×1179 and 2796×1290, respectively, and 120Hz refresh rates, which occupy nearly the entire front of the device. The dynamic “Dynamic Island” contains a “TrueDepth” camera that takes 12 megapixel photos, shoots 4K video, and supports Face ID, while the rear boasts a “Pro camera system” with a 48 megapixel “Main” camera, a 12 megapixel “Ultra Wide” camera, and a 12 megapixel “Telephoto” camera.
The rear camera system on both models provides a quad-pixel sensor for improved low-light capture and detail, a new “Photonic Engine” for improved computational photography, an “Action mode” for improved stability, and an improved “Cinematic mode” with a simulated depth effect at 4K (30 fps, 24 fps) and “ProRes” codec compatibility (1080p on the 128 GB configuration and 4K on higher capacity configurations).
Both models feature a stainless steel case with flat sides and have a glass front and back. The front has a “Ceramic Shield” cover for durability, while the back has an integrated “MagSafe” magnetic charging connection. Both are splash, water, and dust-resistant to the IP68 standard (maximum depth of 6 meters up to 30 minutes). They come in four color options: dark “Deep Purple,” Silver, Gold, and “Space Black.”
Internally, the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are powered by a 3.5 GHz “Apple A16 Bionic” processor with six cores, including two performance cores and four efficiency cores, as well as a 5-core GPU and a 16-core Neural Engine. Both models have 6 GB of RAM and are available in 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB of flash storage. They also support 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 with 2×2 MIMO, 5G wireless, Bluetooth 5.3, Ultra Wideband “for spatial awareness,” NFC for Apple Pay, “Express Cards with power reserve” for compatible transit systems, Crash Detection, Emergency SOS, and support for both dual eSIMs and a single hardware nano-SIM.
Apple estimates that the iPhone 14 Pro provides “up to” 75 hours of audio playback, 23 hours of video playback, and 20 hours of streamed video playback, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max provides “up to” 95 hours of audio playback, 29 hours of video playback, and 25 hours of streamed video playback. Upgrade to the iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max for the ultimate mobile experience.