Apple's 5G-capable iPhone 14, which was released in September 2022, is still able to use the NFC function thanks to the iOS 16 version. In in-house tests, the 14 series could also convince in scanning NFC chips from a further distance than its predecessors, which facilitates handling NFC-relevant products.
Apple offers the NFC smartphone in 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB storage options. For the screen, the iPhone 14 features a 6.1'' OLED display (15.5 cm optical diagonal) with a resolution of 2532 x 1170 pixels at 460 ppi. Compared to the iPhone 13, the iPhone 14 has also become larger. The dimensions of the smartphone are 146.7 mm in height, 71.5 mm in width and 7.8 mm in depth, with a total weight of 172 grams.
Furthermore, the iPhone 14 uses a dual-camera system, so the smartphone's rear camera uses two lenses. Both the rear and front cameras have a resolution of 12 megapixels. For portrait pictures, an autofocus is now integrated in the front camera, which should make taking pictures easier.
The heart of the iPhone is a hexa-core processor (A15 Bionic chip), a penta-core graphics processor and 6 GB of RAM. Furthermore, charging with MagSafe at 15 W is also possible on the iPhone 14 with a Qi10 charging station at 7.5 W.
Differences compared with the predecessor 13 series.
A new 5G modem is used in the iPhone 14 Pro. Furthermore, the Photonic Engine developed by Apple promises better pictures in poor lighting conditions. In addition, a newly introduced autofocus as well as a new aperture improves the front camera. A newly installed accident detection can detect serious car accidents and automatically send emergency calls.