Apple iPhone 14 Series: Satellite Connectivity will be available, Send Emergency SOS without Network

Apple iPhone 14 Series :- Apple launched the iPhone 14 series. The company’s design of the new iPhone 14 is very similar to the iPhone 13. Along with this, the A15 Bionic chipset has been given to it. However, this time Apple has not given its customers the option of iPhone Mini like last time. This time the company has removed the physical SIM tray in the US model iPhone 14. This means that consumers will now be able to use eSIM on the iPhone only.

The company has supported Emergency SOS with all four models. Earlier there was a lot of discussion about the fact that you will be able to send emergency messages through communication satellites from the new iPhone. On this, the company has said that in case of clear skies, messages can be sent through the new iPhone in just 15 seconds. Guidelines for the user will be given on the interface of the iPhone. By following this, users can easily connect to emergency service providers. Along with this, the company said that customers can share their location without sending a message through Find My App. The app will be free for iPhone 14 customers for the first two years.

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Apple iPhone 14 Series

Apple has set the starting price of the new iPhone 14 at $799 in the US and $899 for the iPhone 14 Plus. According to the information given by the company, the booking of the new iPhones will start on September 9. The deliveries of the iPhone 14 will start on September 16 and the deliveries of the iPhone 14 Plus will start from October 7.

The iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch screen and the iPhone 14 Plus has a 6.7-inch big screen. Apple has claimed that among all the models of iPhone 14, the company has given the best battery life compared to other iPhones. The company has given a 12-megapixel back and 12-megapixel front camera in the new iPhone. Apple has claimed that this has improved the low light image quality by 49 percent.

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iPhone 14 Models Price List :-

NamePrice
iPhone 14$799
iPhone 14 Plus$899
iPhone 14 Pro$999
iPhone 14 Pro Max$1099

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