There has been a significant upgrade comparing the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max to the iPhone 13 Pro. The Pro and Pro Max have revamped screens incorporating Apple’s new Dynamic Island. But they still start at the same price as last year $999 for the Pro and $1,099 for the Pro Max.
The Pro starts at £1,099 and AU$1,748, and the Pro Max at £1,199 and AU$1,899. Prices are slightly rising globally. The screen cutout on the 14 Pro replaces the notch on the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, and prior iPhone models.
Dynamic Island offers context from apps surrounding the cutout. At the same time, Apple has a new A16 Bionic CPU and a 48-megapixel primary camera. An always-on display is all first for both iPhone 14 Pro models.
Additionally, it has many iPhone 14 Pro features, such as the always-on display. And they had primary cameras of 50 megapixels or more that have been available on Android phones for years. While it’s fantastic to see the iPhone 14 Pro models improve to meet those Android features. Several competitors have made much more advancements for $1,000.
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For instance, Samsung’s $1,200 Galaxy S22 Ultra has a 108-megapixel primary camera with an S Pen stylus. Then the two iPhone Pro versions from Apple are relatively equal in terms of features. But Google and OnePlus’ smartphones are less expensive. Also, the starting price for the OnePlus 10 Pro and the Pixel 6 Pro is $899.
Pixel 6 Features
Additionally, Google’s Pixel 6 has unique software capabilities. The Magic Eraser for erasing subjects or objects from pictures. The OnePlus 10 Pro, on the other hand, stands out. Its hardware includes 65W fast charging and features familiar to other flagships, like a high refresh rate of up to 120Hz.
Battery Life and Charging Performance of the Galaxy S22 Ultra vs. the iPhone 14 Pro Max
Regarding battery life, the iPhone 14 Pro Max triumphs. On our web browsing battery test, this device had an average battery life of 13 hours and 39 minutes, which used a 5G connection. A 150-nit screen brightness puts it in second place on our list of the top phone batteries.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max has greater endurance than the Galaxy S22 Ultra. And it lasted 10:18 on the same test. The iPhone 14 Pro Max charges slowly, which is a bummer. With a 30W charger and 50% is the claimed output, we only reached 42% in 30 minutes. The Galaxy S22 Ultra, in contrast, used its 25W charger to charge to 58% in 30 minutes. This phone set 67% in 30 minutes using a 45W charger.
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