a iPhone 14 It is the latest “low cost” mobile phone from Apple. If you’re interested in the new line, this is the cheapest to buy, but is it worth the R$7,600 at launch?
It comes with the same design as before and even most of its specs are similar. If you’re tired of the iPhone’s cool look, you’ll have to invest more in the Pro line that features a new notch called Dynamic Island.
What distinguishes the new generation in Apple’s cellular line, is that the iPhone 14 is the first phone launched in the United States without a SIM card slot. Here in Brazil we still have the traditional entry of chips, but it is only possible to get two lines via eSIM.
The screen and sound are the same as the previous model. This is not a bad thing, because the iPhone performs well in the multimedia part. The device has not undergone major changes either and we have an A15 Bionic chip before, but now with 6GB of RAM. In our speed and benchmark test, we didn’t notice any difference compared to the previous one.
The battery hasn’t changed much. However, the software is more toned and makes the autonomy last a few hours longer. On the other hand, charging support remains limited, and even if you use a powerful charger, you still have to wait more than 1.5 hours for the battery to get full.
The iPhone 14 carries two 12MP cameras on the back, one of which has an ultra-wide lens. The sensor is inherited from iPhone 13 Pro And take clearer photos, especially at night. The interface now has autofocus and continues to work very well in selfies.
Overall, the iPhone 14 brings minor improvements and makes the purchase process complicated when it’s iPhone 13 I found much cheaper. To check all the details of our analysis, simply access the link below:
iPhone 14 arrives in Brazil in October 2022 with prices starting at R$ 7,599 To 128 GB version and move from 10 thousand Brazilian riyals At most complete with 512 GB of storage. Below you will find offers when available:
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