iPhone 14 - Yes, About Time

Alex Alex 15 April
iPhone 14 - Yes, About Time

When Apple introduced the iPhone X back in  2017, it kickstarted this ridiculous trend of   notched smartphones. Almost every Android phone  maker followed this trend and made their phones   look even worse than the iPhone X because they  couldn't make the bottom bezel of the handset   as thin as the iPhone. That, however, changed in  the past couple of years. Not only Android phone   makers reduced the size of the bottom bezel, but  they also made it smaller than the latest iPhone.  

Right now, Samsung's latest Galaxy S22 Plus  has the slimmest bezels we've ever seen on a   smartphone, and not only the slimmest but they are  also symmetrical. iPhone 14 - Yes, About TimeTo be honest, the S22+ is so   beautiful that Apple's latest iPhones look really  outdated in front of Samsung's latest flagship.  iPhone 14 - Yes, About Time But with the iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple  is attempting to shift the narrative   yet again in their favor. We've already seen  the first look of the iPhone 14 Pro lineup   which shows it will have this i shaped cutout  for the front cameras. iPhone 14 - Yes, About TimeAnd today we have a   new report that mentions Apple is also increasing  the screen-to-body ratio of the iPhone 14 Pro Max   owing to reduced bezel thickness.

This tipster  who has a good track record mentions through   CAD leaks that the 14 Pro Max will have a 20%  reduction in bezel thickness overall.

The iPhone   13 Pro Max has a bezel size of 2.42 mm and the 14  Pro Max will have just 1.95 mm thick bezels.   While a 20% reduction in bezel size  wouldn't significantly change the   look of the front of the iPhone but,  coupled with a pill-shaped cutout,   the iPhone 14 Pro lineup will actually  look like they belong in 2022.   With that said, Apple is working on a new  feature that could literally save your life.  

Wall street journal reports that Apple is planning  a new feature for the iPhone and Apple Watch   that would enable the devices to detect if you  are involved in a car crash and automatically   dial 911 for emergency services. The feature  will use iPhone and Apple Watch sensors like the   accelerometer to detect automobile accidents  as they happen," in part by sensing a quick   increase in gravitational force, or g-force, on  impact. Apple has been testing this feature for   the past year by gathering anonymized data from  iPhone and Apple Watch users, and the devices have   supposedly recorded more than 10 million probable  car hits. Wall Street says Apple will introduce   this feature to iPhones and Apple watches in  2022 which means the iPhone 14 is more than   likely to get this life-saving feature. 

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