Apple iPhone 14 Review: All you Need to Know

Apple iPhone 14 Review: All you Need to Know

The all-new iPhone 14 has been launched with minor updates that no existing iPhone 13 user would like to upgrade. However, it has some of the notices that we will be revealing in this blog. The hardware upgradation is very small this year. You get to see the same processor but with an additional GPU core. Moreover, the US model has discarded the physical SIM card slot to promote the e-SIM future. There is a lot more to know about this smartphone.

So, stay tuned until the last word!  

Design and Display

If you are searching for any major difference between iPhone 14 and 13, you probably won’t find a single one, except the colors. There is a notch as usual at the top of the device. The iPhone 14 is 2g lighter than the iPhone 13, still, you won’t find much difference. Apple devices are known for their quality, so you will feel this device great in your hand. If you are an Android user and switching to iPhone then its sharp edges will take some time to get used to it.

In the US models, you won’t find any physical sim tray, promoting eSIM. Still, in Europe and Asia models, you can find it on the left side of the smartphone. Physically you would hardly find any difference but Apple has redesigned the internal architecture of the iPhone 14. The iPhone 14 comes with a 6.1-inch display with an OLED panel that has a resolution of up to 1170 x 2532 pixels. At this price point, you get the best display in terms of accuracy and brightness.


The iPhone 14 has a 48MP primary camera, the standard iPhone 14 and 14 plus has a 12MP dual camera setup similar to predecessors. It has a 12MP primary camera with a bigger aperture. In daylight, iPhone 14 captures pleasant photographs with true color. However, if you love high-contrast colors you can turn to the photographic styles from the camera settings.

The main camera quality of a smartphone is judged in low-lightings. In iPhone 14 low-light photos taken from the primary camera has good detail retention. Night mode automatically turns on in low light, which enhances the darker portions of the images. Apple offers a Photonic Engine which improves mid-to-low light performance up to 2x on the ultra-wide camera and up to 2.5x on the ultra-wide camera. It applies deep fusion computation on the raw data before producing the final image.

Video Performance

All the camera offered in the iPhone 14 has the capability of shooting 4K videos at 60fps. You also get the feature to shoot HDR videos in Dolby Vision format. The iPhone 14 offer spectacular video performance that can easily compete with Andriod smartphone in this price range. In all formats and resolutions, the footage recorded in the device looks buttery smooth with great detail and rich color in all light conditions.


The iPhone 14 comes with A15 Bionic Chipset but with an extra core for GPU. It is said that the iPhone 14 has one of the most powerful smartphone chipsets in the market that can beat Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1. It has two cores running at 3.23GHz speed and four efficiency cores at 1.82GHz.

Although the all-new iPhone 14 has the same chipset as its predecessors, the company claims it is 17% faster than its predecessors. It also has 6BG of RAM whereas iPhone 13 has 4GB. Moreover, it has an updated terminal that is better n heat management.

Battery  and Charging

The iPhone 14 comes with a 3279mAh battery, you will find there is a 39mAh increase from iPhone 13’s battery. However, we couldn’t find any difference in the charging speed. You can expect a full day battery life with normal screen time usage. The phone’s 20W charger takes around two hours to charge from 0 to 100%. However, Apple should at least provide a 25W or 30W charger with it. this is one thing that apple should add to the iPhone 15 Wishlist.

More Detailed Specifications

Build and DimensionAluminium build the frameGlass front and back 146.7 x 71.5 x 7.8mm172g
Display6.1-inch OLED display 2556 x 1179 -pixel resolution 60Hz refresh rate display 800 nits  max Brightness
Camera12MP Primary camera, f/1.5 aperture 12MP secondary camera f/2.4 aperture
Battery3,279mAh battery 20W wireless charging 15W MagSafe charging 7.5W Qi wireless charging
SensorsFace IDBarometerDynamic Range Gyro Proximity sensorDual ambient light sensor
Color OptionsMidnight, Purple, Starlight, Blue, and Red


There are many pros and cons of buying the iPhone 14. If you are using an iPhone 11 or older then you can think of opting for it. However, you should stay away from it if you need a higher refresh rate display and fast charging. 

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