Apple today shared a file The first announcement of the iPhone 14 Prohighlights new features such as vehicle accident detection, an upgraded rear camera system with a 48MP main lens, and an always-on display with the new Dynamic Island feature.
In the video description, Apple says: “iPhone 14 Pro comes with crash detection, a new and vital safety feature that can detect a serious car accident and automatically call for help, even when you can’t.” “Add this to the new 48MP camera and completely reimagined screen, and iPhone 14 Pro redefines what a smartphone can do once again.”
Using a new dual-core accelerometer, pressure gauge and other sensors, Apple says iPhone 14 Pro models can detect a serious car accident and automatically call emergency services if a user is unresponsive after 10 seconds into the countdown. Apple says the feature comes with “advanced Apple-designed motion algorithms trained with over a million hours of real-world driving data and fault history” to increase accuracy.
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Exclusive to iPhone 14 Pro models, Dynamic Island replaces the traditional notch found on iPhone 13 models. With the help of the software, the pill-shaped class transforms into different shapes and sizes for things like incoming phone calls, alerts, notifications, Face ID authentication, timers, turn-by-turn navigation, and live activities And more.
With the always-on display, time, tools, and live activities are always at a glance on iPhone 14 Pro models. The display also has a brightness of 2,000 nits outside, which is up to twice as bright as the iPhone 13 Pro display.
The iPhone 14 Pro models became available for pre-order earlier today and will be launched on September 16th.