3 Major Changes Apple is Introducing With iPhone 14

There’s always a lot of buzz surrounding the launch of each new Apple phone, and iPhone 14 is no different. The new and improved version is finally hitting the shelves this month, and here are three major changes it’s bringing to users who are looking forward to buying it.

Plus Version

Apple hasn’t brought back the Plus version since the iPhone 8 Plus in 2017, but it’s time for that to change. iPhone 14 Plus features a 6.7-inch display, which is a little larger than the 6.1-inch display of the regular model, but they’re both similar to iPhone 13 in terms of design. The mini version won’t be available this time around.

Better Camera

One thing that makes every iPhone launch worth waiting for is camera improvements. iPhone 14 is introducing a new photo processing method called Photonic Engine, and there are significant improvements to both the rear and front-facing cameras, with the front-facing camera offering autofocus for the first time.

Car Crash Detection

Another major change that created a lot of buzz for the new iPhone is its car crash detection system. Your phone will now be able to detect a severe car crash, immediately sound an alarm, and call emergency services on your behalf.

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