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iPhone 14 vs iPhone 13: main differences to expect

Although Apple traditionally makes some changes to its most popular iPhone every year, the next iPhone 14 will actually be much smaller than previous updates: First, it is said to have the same chip used in the previous model iPhone 13 . Apple is preparing to introduce a new chip, but it will only be used in the iPhone 14 Pro series of devices. But stil you can use a lot of apps for example https://apps.apple.com/us/app/pdf-scanner-app-scan-docs-id/id1495971405 .

Design and screen quality
Leaked letters and cases confirm that the iPhone 14 looks and feels almost identical to the current iPhone 13 model. The 6.1-inch form factor and flat side design remain the same as the dual camera system on the back.
The iPhone 14 is said to have glass on the front and back and an aluminum frame in the middle. However, we expect a slightly different color choice.
On the front, like the iPhone 13, the iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch OLED screen with a familiar notch (the new i-shaped opening is only found in the iPhone 14 Pro series).
Importantly what hasn't changed: iPhone 14 still runs at 60Hz, so you don't have 120Hz support from ProMotion like the Pro models. However, we expect a higher peak brightness for easier viewing outdoors.

When we get our hands on the iPhone 14 , we'll be testing the display quality with special equipment, so be sure to bookmark this article for future reference. Nothing has changed on the biometrics side either: they have the familiar Face ID, and now that it works with a mask, one of our biggest complaints about it is no longer a problem.

Performance and software
The big news, or rather the lack of it, is that Apple is using the same A15 Bionic chip in the iPhone 14 as in the iPhone 13. However, the RAM is rumored to be increased to 4 GB. 6 GB RAM new and faster type LPDDR5. However, for the most part, the same performance is expected from the iPhone 14, but this year's win is reserved for the iPhone 14 Pro models.
We can't yet see how this will affect software updates, but it's fair to assume that Pro models with a newer chip will receive at least one more software update per year compared to non-Pro versions.

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