Features of iPhone 14, You Should Know

The new iPhone 14 has been released and has many features that make it stand out. This post will go over what we know about the new phone so far, including how much it costs and what its camera is capable of.


Super Retina XDR display, 6.1 inches (diagonal), all-screen OLED, 2532 by 1170 pixels, 460 pixels per inch. The iPhone 14 display features rounded corners that fit inside a typical rectangle and have a lovely curved shape. The screen measures 6.06 inches diagonally when measured as a regular rectangular shape (actual viewable area is less).


OLED display with a 6.7-inch diagonal and a Super Retina XDR display with a resolution of 2778 by 1284 pixels and a pixel density of 458, The corners of the normal rectangle-shaped iPhone 14 Plus display are softened and follow a lovely curved design. The screen measures 6.68 inches diagonally when measured as a regular rectangular shape (actual viewable area is less).

comparison with the previous series

The iPhone 14 is an upgrade to the iPhone 13 in terms of features. It’s a step up from the previous generation, but if you’ve owned an iPhone 12 or 13 before, there are some significant improvements—and some apparent omissions—to look forward to with this new phone.


The iPhone’s camera is now a 12MP wide-angle and telephoto camera, with a new sensor, larger pixels, and colour filter. The wide-angle camera has a new sensor more minor than the standard one but more significant than the telephoto one. This means its pixels are spaced farther apart on average (1 micrometre instead of 1 million), but they still take in more light—and so do the images you’ll get from it when zoomed in all the way or taken close up. It also has an f/1.8 aperture for better low-light photography and optical image stabilization for both cameras to help keep your photos sharper as you move around while shooting video or taking pictures at different distances.

double-camera setup
Main: 7 elements, sensor-shift optical image stabilization, 26 mm, /1.5 aperture, and 100% Focus Pixels
13 mm, /2.4 aperture, 120° field of view, five-element lens, 12MP ultra-wide
2x optical zoom out; 5x digital zoom cover made of sapphire
Photonic True Tone flash engine
Deep Fusion Smart HDR 4 Portrait option with superior depth of field and bokeh
Six effects for portrait lighting: Natural, Studio, Contour, Stage, Stage Mono, and High-Key Mono
evening mode
Panorama (up to 63MP)
Photography Techniques
Wide-angle photography and Live Photos
lens adjustment (Ultra Wide)
Modern red-eye reduction
vehicle image stabilization
Buffer mode
geotagging of images
JPEG and HEIF were used to capture the images.


4K video recording at 24, 25, 30, or 60 frames per second; 1080p HD video recording at 25, 30, or 60 frames per second
30 frames per second HD video capture
Up to 4K HDR at 30 fps in cinematic mode
Up to 2.8K @ 60 fps in action mode
capturing HDR video with Dolby Vision
up to 60 fps in 4K
Support for 1080p slo-mo video at 120 or 240 frames per second
Time-lapse footage that has been stabilized
evening mode
Instant video
optical image stabilization for video with sensor-shift (Main)
two-fold optical zoom out
Up to 3x digital and audio zoom
False-colour flash
stabilization for motion pictures (4K, 1080p, and 720p)
video with constant autofocus
8MP still shots and 4K video recording
replay zoom
Recorded video formats include HEVC and H.264 stereo


The A14X chip is the most powerful mobile CPU ever built. It has a 2.7GHz dual-core 7nm design and is up to 20% faster than the A12X in every way, including performance and battery life.

The 3.1GHz dual-core 7nm design delivers even more power and efficiency to help you do more with your iPhone. It provides an impressive 70% faster graphics performance than the previous generation, making it easier to play games or watch videos on your phone without lag or stutter while still providing excellent battery life (up to 30% longer than before).

Chip: Bionic A15 chip, 2 performance and 4 efficiency cores make up a six-core CPU, five-core GPU, Neural Engine with 16 cores

Fingerprint unlock,

The fingerprint sensor is fast and secure. You can use it to unlock your phone, make purchases, pay for things in apps and even log into your computer.

To use it:

  • Hold the home button until you see “Touch ID” appear onscreen. (This may take a few seconds.)
  • Type in one of your fingers or select one of the options below depending on what you want to do: Pay for something with Apple Pay; Log in with Touch ID; Unlock (if enabled)


The iPhone 14 is expensive, but it’s not the most expensive phone in Apple’s lineup. That honour still belongs to their top-of-the-line model, which starts at over $1,000 and can go up depending on your desired features.

The iPhone 14 is available for pre-order and will be available starting September 19th of this year.

This is the iPhone everyone has been waiting for this year.

This is the iPhone everyone has been waiting for this year. It has many new features that stand out from other models, including a fingerprint unlock feature and a faster CPU.

The iPhone 14 is an expensive phone, but it’s worth every penny if you want the latest technology in your hand.

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