Apple iPhone 14 Plus: Everything you need to know

Apple iPhone 14 Plus: Everything you need to know

Australia may be in a cost-of-living pinch, but Apple products have a Teflon quality that makes them all but recession-proof. And the Apple iPhone is no different.

With the Australian dollar falling against the dollar, Apple’s latest plus phone is far from cheap, starting at $1,579 (AUD). The most expensive of the new range – the Pro and Pro Max – top out at $2,599, yet they’re among the most sought-after in the stable.

The iPhone 14 Plus version started arriving in Australian Apple stores and people’s homes (via pre-orders) on Friday, October 7, promising “6.7-inch display, improved dual-camera system, Crash Detection, Emergency SOS via satellite.” , A15 Bionic and the best battery life ever in an iPhone”.

So is the iPhone 14 Plus your next smartphone? And how does it differ from others in the range? Here’s everything you need to know once it’s yours.

Apple iPhone 14 series

Apple released another series of four new iPhones on September 16. The new iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have equivalent predecessors. However, the iPhone 14 Plus this time replaces the “mini” version. The Australian market experienced a delay in receiving the Plus range, which started arriving on 7 October.

iPhone 14 Plus display

The key difference between the iPhone 14 Plus and the standard iPhone 14 is its larger 6.7” Super Retina XDR display. A resolution of 1284 x 2778 combined with 460 pixels per inch works to make photos look vivid. This is further enhanced by OLED technology for deeper contrast. For easy viewing, “True Tone” technology adjusts the display according to ambient light.

Battery for iPhone 14 Plus

Apple says its iPhone 14 Plus offers the best battery life yet. Video playback should last up to 26 hours.

Bionic processor A15

The difference in chipset separates the non-professionals from the pros in the iPhone 14 range. The standard and Plus models are powered by the A15 Bionic, which was first used in the iPhone 13 generation.

Meanwhile, the Pro and Pro Max have been upgraded to the new A16 Bionic.

Although the A15 Bionic is no longer the most powerful processor in the iPhone, it consists of a five-core GPU that helps maintain performance even when playing graphics-intensive games.

iPhone 14 Plus camera

Both the iPhone 14 Plus and the standard iPhone 14 feature improved main and ultra-wide 12MP rear lenses and a selfie lens.

Apple designed the rear lens to let in 29% more light than its predecessor to capture details in low light up to 2.5x better. The camera also combines the best pixels from multiple exposures for more faithful photos.

iPhone 14 Plus: Everything else

The entire iPhone 14 series comes with a durable aluminum casing, a ceramic shield and is dust and water resistant. All models feature 5G connectivity and the ability to detect when you’ve been involved in a car accident and call emergency services if you’re unresponsive.

All models support nano SIM cards, which are the smallest removable SIM cards, and eSIM. This allows the use of multiple phone numbers and service plans.

In the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, you can choose from 128GB to 512GB of storage. This expands up to 1TB for the Pro and Pro Max versions.

The Pro and Pro Max models have a new Dynamic Island display that expands to display notifications. It is located at the top of the screen. What Apple calls “Always-On” lets you keep notifications on your lock screen even when you’re not using your phone.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What colors is the iPhone 14 Plus available in?

For the iPhone 14 and the Plus model, you can choose between blue, purple, midnight, star and red.

The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max come in Deep Purple, Gold, Silver and Space Black.

Does the iPhone 14 Plus have a 120Hz refresh rate?

How much does the new iPhone 14 range cost in Australia?

Is the iPhone 14 Plus compatible with MagSafe accessories?

When will the iPhone 14 Plus be available in Australia?

Is the Apple iPhone 14 Plus worth it?

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