The Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are the best examples of a recent phone release that successfully combines hardware and software. The new Pro series provides a notable advancement on an otherwise modest improvement with the addition of the magnificent Dynamic Island—a fluid software element of Apple that reinvents how we engage with notifications and phone events—a new CPU, and a 48-megapixel front camera.
I just tested a few of the newest phones, examining their increased capabilities, enhanced cameras, and innovative software. In total, Apple issued four iPhone 14 variants, two of which are designated as Pro. Some innovations, such as crash detection, emergency satellite connections, and a new front camera with focusing, are available across the board.
The Pro-only advantages, though, go beyond a quicker processor and a better camera. The new always-on display is made possible by the dynamic refresh rate of the new Pro display. Additionally, there is a smaller cutout for the front camera and a function called Dynamic Island that makes the most of the new display by displaying unexpected alerts.
The only differences between the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are their respective sizes, weights, screen sizes, battery lives, and prices. This evaluation compares the two phones equally, noting any discrepancies.