iPhone 14 vs iPhone 14 Pro Comparison may disappoint you


The ordinary iPhone 14 may lag behind the Pro in terms of performance, camera quality, and other factors.

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This autumn, Apple is expected to release the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Plus models, which are expected to cost more than the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. However, a recent revelation revealing Apple’s alleged intentions for the iPhone 14 has brought into closer perspective exactly how significant the variations between the various phones are.

Four iPhone models are expected: an iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max on the one side of the split, and a conventional version of Apple’s most popular smartphone on the other. (The iPhone mini will be replaced with a 6.7-inch display on the next phone.)


Basic iPhones do not have fast-refreshing screens or telephoto lenses, but the two Pro versions have. Apple has previously distinguished between the standard and pro iPhones. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the distinctions between the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro are set to grow much more pronounced.

A 48MP sensor is expected to be used as the primary camera in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, according to Gurman. The primary camera on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will remain at 12MP, as has been the case for many years.

If Gurman’s prediction is accurate, the iPhone 14 Pro will include a 48MP camera, as other speculations have suggested. Rumored changes to Apple’s flagship phones would keep them in line with their main rivals for the finest camera phone—Samsung and Google in particular—who have also introduced more powerful sensors in previous years.


According to Gurman, the iPhone 14’s processor will be a tweaked version of the A15 Bionic technology present in the iPhone 13 released earlier this year. Rumors claim that the iPhone 14 will be powered by the same A15 chipset as the iPhone 13 Pro versions, with more RAM. A16 Bionic chipset is expected to power the iPhone 14 Pro.

Additionally, the circular and pill-shaped openings for the front camera and Face ID sensors are mentioned in Bloomberg’s story. The Pro versions are expected to abandon the notch in favour of these two apertures. Another claim has been knocked down lately by several leakers that Apple was planning to convert from Lightning to USB-C for the iPhone 14, but you never know.

Why the iPhone 14 Pro has to stand out from the rest of the iPhones

Why does Apple go to such lengths to distinguish the iPhone 14 Pro from its less expensive siblings? According to Gurman, the solution may be the iPhone 14 Max, which is expected to enter the range.


Adding a normal iPhone with a larger screen means that users will no longer have to settle for the Pro Max edition — the most costly phone Apple offers — to have the largest display imaginable. So instead of the Pro Max, they’ll have the option of picking up a large-screen iPhone for $200 less, according to Gurman’s estimate. With the iPhone 13 Pro Max beginning at $1,099, the iPhone 14 Max would cost $899.

Apple’s new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models include better cameras and quicker processors, which may persuade some customers to spend more money than they would have otherwise on an iPhone 14 or an iPhone 14 Max. In Gurman’s opinion, at any rate.

We won’t know for a while how much the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro vary until they go on sale. As the iPhone 14 release date approaches, we’ll have a few more months to discover any other changes between the iPhone 14 and its predecessor.


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