The youngest daughter of the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has joined critics reviewing Apple’s latest iPhone. Let’s just say she is very unimpressed.
The 24-year-old, Model and Equestrian, to her Instagram stories to express her thought on the new iPhone 14. She captioned, “Me upgrading my iPhone 13 to an iPhone 14”, She then shared a picture of a man proudly unwrapping a new shirt that looks exactly like what he was wearing.
Her take comes after the recent launch of the iPhone 14 on Thursday, September 9. Apple introduced a series of new devices to the world at its Headquarters in New York. The iPhone 14 was one of the devices launched at the event. Critics did not hide their thoughts about the new addition to the iPhone clan, as most expressed not-too-excited reviews, siting that it’s no different from the previous iPhone 13.
Talking about the similarities between iPhone 13 and iPhone 14, the appearance and feel are stil6.1-inch for both phones. The twin Camera configuration is very present, as well as its 6.1-inch form size and flat side design.
The iPhone 14 pro series, however, have quite significant new features. With a new A16 Bionic CPU and an eye-catching notch, the iPhone 14 Pro significantly differs from the iPhone 13 Pro in terms of design and base hardware.
Sporting the brand new faster A16 Bionic chip and an always-on display, both these new smartphones, which come in 6.,1- and 6.7-inch options, have a new pill-shaped cutout that houses Face ID, selfie camera, and privacy indicators. It’s a replacement for the notch and can adjust dynamically.
With the new A16 Bionic chip, which has a six-core CPU, housing two high-performance cores that use 20 percent lower power and four efficiency cores, the company is focusing on power efficiency, display, and camera.
The proximity sensor has been shifted behind the display by Apple, with notifications now popping out of the cutout in an animation. Apple calls this system the Dynamic Island as notifications and alerts will adapt and move around the pill-shaped notch.
On the camera front, Apple has changed its 12-megapixel sensor with a 48-megapixel one and the new primary camera brings improvements to low-light photography. It has a quad-pixel sensor with an f/1.78 aperture and 24mm focal length.
Apple has also incorporated a limited type of satellite communication into new iPhones, allowing users to send an SOS even when they are disconnected from the internet, with no dish necessary. While it does not allow normal data, phone, or text communication, it will notify emergency agencies of your situation and position.
iOS 16 will be launched on September 12.