It’s been a little bit more than a month since the iPhone 14 Plus was launched.
Design and display
The iPhone 14 Plus is the largest iPhone that the company ever created. With its 6.7-inch OLED display, that’s 0.7 inches larger than the standard iPhone 14, and 0.4 inches larger than the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The display is absolutely stunning, with vibrant colors and great contrast. It’s also extremely bright, making it easy to use even in direct sunlight. The phone is made of aluminum and glass, and is available in four different colors: black, white, red, and green. The camera module is slightly larger than on the standard iPhone 14, and protrudes slightly from the back of the phone.
The iPhone 14 Plus is a little heavier than the standard iPhone 14, but it’s still quite light for a phone with a 6.7-inch display. It weighs in at 188 grams, which is 8 grams heavier than the standard iPhone 14, and 20 grams lighter than the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The iPhone 14 Plus has five camera lenses: three on the back, and two on the front. On the back, there’s a wide-angle camera, an ultra-wide-angle camera, and a telephoto camera. The wide-angle camera is the same as the one on the standard iPhone 14, but the ultra-wide-angle and telephoto cameras are new.
The ultra-wide-angle camera has a 120-degree field of view, which is great for landscape photos and videos. It also has a new Night mode, which can be used to take low-light photos that look great. The telephoto camera has a 2.5x optical zoom, which means it can zoom in twice as far as the standard iPhone 14.
It also has a new Portrait mode, which can be used to take photos with shallow depth of field. On the front, there’s a new selfie camera, which has a wider field of view than the one on the standard iPhone 14. This makes it great for group selfies. There’s also a new Face ID sensor, which is faster and more secure than the one on the standard iPhone 14.
The device is powered by Apple’s new A14 Bionic processor, which is the most powerful smartphone processor ever made. It’s made using a 5-nanometer process, which means it’s faster and more efficient than ever before. The A14 Bionic is so powerful that it’s even faster than some of Apple’s Mac laptops.
It’s up to 50% faster than the previous-generation A13 processor, and up to 20% faster than the Intel Core i7 processor in the MacBook Air. The A14 Bionic is so powerful that it can even handle demanding tasks like editing 4K video or playing graphics-intensive games.
It’s also extremely power efficient, which means the iPhone 14 Plus has great battery life. Apple claims that the iPhone 14 Plus has up to 20 hours of battery life, but in our tests, it lasted even longer. With moderate use, we were able to get more than 24 hours of battery life out of the iPhone 14 Plus.
The iPhone 14 Plus also has Apple’s new MagSafe charger, which is a magnetic charger that attaches to the back of the phone. It’s very easy to use, and it’s much faster than wireless charging. It’s also very convenient, as you can just leave the charger on your desk or nightstand and pick up the phone when you need it.
What We Think
If you need to describe the iPhone 14 in one sentence, then remember this: it’s the iPhone with a big display and a battery that goes for days.
If you’d rather have an iPhone with the best possible battery life, the iPhone 14 Plus is the one for you.
Apple claims it has the “best battery life in an iPhone”. The company did not lie. After a day of moderate use the battery drained by about 25 percent.
If you are familiar with iPhones, you know that you must pay a lot of money to get your crunched design in your hands. The iPhone 14 Plus is no exception and starts at $899. Is that worth it? Well, if you’re a big fan of the iPhone, you’ll put the money on the table. Otherwise, there are slightly less expensive versions of iPhones that also do a remarkable job.