Cupertino, California: Its smartphone news at its annual event where it finally unveiled the new iPhone 14 family, which includes the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. These phones have differences compared to the iPhone 13 and we will tell you what they are so you can choose the best device for you.
What is the difference between iPhone 13 and iPhone 14?
In addition to the differences shown in the table, another of the differentiators that can be found in the iPhone 14, compared to the iPhone 13, is the technology to detect car accidents and SOS via satellite and, in the case of the iPhone 14 Pro, it is I would add the 16 Bionic chip, ProMotion technology and Dynamic Island.
With “Satellite SOS” and crash detection on the new iPhones, your device can now detect if you’re in a serious car accident and send you a notification. If you don’t answer, it will automatically call 911 and notify your emergency contacts. In the case of “SOS via satellite” it will allow users to connect to a satellite to send emergency messages in case they are lost or injured in a place with poor connectivity.
On the other hand, ProMotion is the name that Apple uses for the adaptive refresh rate in its products and that can go up to 120Hz. That is, if you are using a word processor, it does not require such a high rate, but if you are playing a video game, the ideal is that it should be refreshed at the highest possible rate.
Dynamic Island takes the place of the notch inside the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. Instead, notifications from the different applications inside the iPhone will appear dynamically: messages, calls, music control, rideshare notifications, among others. This will also happen in applications that are running “in the background” and that you do not necessarily have open.
Similarities between the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14
The Secure Enclave is a security subsystem that runs right on the chip with the idea that if your device were ever compromised by a hack, your most relevant information would not be easy to find, like your FaceID, contacts and more.
On the other hand, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 share the same A15 bionic chip, only one has 4 cores and the other 5. The advantage of having more than one core is that it helps to distribute the task load it has your cellphone. They are also almost similar in terms of weight and dimensions; the difference is more noticeable on the iPhone 14 Pro.
Additionally, none of the three devices includes the power adapter or the earpods, so you would have to purchase them separately or reuse yours if you already have one.
Availability in Mexico
Although the iPhone 13 has already been available since last year, we still do not have a date when the new iPhone 14 family will arrive, but its cost will be 20,999 pesos.