Apple iPhone 14 Pro (256 GB) - Deep Purple
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Elsewhere, the display is thoroughly brilliant. It’s colour accurate, with an impressive Delta E of 1 versus sRGB, and it looks absolutely phenomenal when playing HDR video material, whether that be home movies shot on the iPhone’s Dolby Vision rear cameras or Dolby Vision TV shows on Disney Plus.
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This doesn’t turn your iPhone into an action camera, of course (it’s not tough enough for that) and the GoPro can deliver its ultra-smooth video at the much higher resolution of 5.3K 60fps whereas the iPhone 14 Pro is capped at 2.8K 60fps. However, it’s an impressive feat nonetheless and the fact that it records in Dolby Vision HDR means as long as it’s viewed on a suitable screen, your video will look absolutely stunning. Apple iPhone 14 Pro review: PerformanceIt’s a small thing, quite literally, but it soon feels utterly natural in day-to-day use and although it doesn’t have a huge impact on usability, there’s a palpable sense of delight the first few times you see it in action. HDR, Panorama, Bokeh Mode, Night Mode, Portrait Mode, Pro Mode, Automatic Mode, Red Eye Correction, Burst Mode, Slow Motion, Time Lapse, Depth Auto Focus, Time-of-Flight Camera, Macro Finally, one of the most eagerly awaited changes for Apple loyalists. Both this Pro Max and its younger brother, the 14 Pro, become the first phones from the Californian company to say goodbye to what many people considered the worst part of the previous design. Instead, we welcome the so-called Dynamic Island, a new "window" of notifications that grows or shrinks depending on the number and type of notifications. In fact, it's something like a dynamic, pill-sized, floating notch...
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The ultrawide camera exhibits slightly less of a dramatic improvement but there it is better, especially in low light where it captures slightly crisper, cleaner and less noisy images. It’s the new selfie camera that exhibits the least benefit, however, though the ability to autofocus should improve the ratio of hits to misses over time. And, while not obvious, the iPhone 14 Pro also offers a whole host of camera improvements. There’s a 65% larger, 48MP resolution sensor for the main camera. The ultrawide sensor is twice as large, too, and it also has a wider aperture to allow more light in. The selfie camera at the front now has autofocus and a brighter aperture as well. Battery life hasn’t improved, per se, but it hasn’t at least got worse. In our video test, which we run with the phone in flight mode and the screen set to a brightness level of 170cd/m2, it lasted a respectable 20hrs 40mins. Give or take a minute, this is the same as the iPhone 13 Pro last year. The Always on Display doesn’t appear to have an impact on real-world battery life, either. I haven’t admittedly been using the phone very long but initial impressions indicate that it’ll easily last a day and more with moderate use.