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Meet Apple iPhone’s ‘Dynamic Island’ Feature That Dead’s The Popular “Notch” Feature

Recently, Apple unveiled the iPhone 14 for $799 and the iPhone 14 Plus for $899 which has a special feature called “Dynamic Island” that got the Internet buzzing.

On September 16, the iPhone 14 will be available, and on October 7, the iPhone 14 Plus.

The iPhone 14 Plus, which is reportedly priced too close to the Pro versions, and the ordinary iPhone 14, which received minimal enhancements over their predecessors, clearly received larger updates than the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.

However, in the long run, there is a case to be made for the iPhone 14 Plus. It’s no secret that consumers love huge screens, and in past years, the Pro Max—the most costly iPhone model—was the only one with a large display. So once people start analyzing their options, perhaps sales of the iPhone 14 Plus will increase globally.

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The displays on the new phones, the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus, are 6.1 inches and 6.7 inches, respectively. There are two back cameras, five colors, and “all-day” battery life. Apple claims that the A15 Bionic chip, which powers the phones, is 18% faster than the previous generation.


The 12-megapixel main lenses on both cameras have a quicker aperture, which should improve motion capture. When capturing video while moving around, a new video stabilization feature called “activity mode” should assist keep your output smooth. A 12-megapixel sensor is used in the front camera.

The front camera sports a 12-megapixel sensor that has been enhanced for low-light photography.

Customers were introduced to the Dynamic Island during the company’s live event on Wednesday. This feature, which replaces the iPhone’s customary notch and can change shape to share alerts and other activity, was shown to customers.

According to Apple, each alert has a distinct personality and was created with that personality in mind. Additionally, the Dynamic Island shows any ongoing activity or phone calls.

Only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are equipped with the latest A16 Bionic, contrary to earlier rumors, whereas the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have an A15 Bionic. The new chipset has now visited Geekbench for the first time, giving users a taste of its performance capabilities.

The A16 Bionic achieves a single-core score of 1879, which is virtually higher than the finest Android has to offer, according to leaker Digital Chat Station. Comparatively, the MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ receives a score of 1353, while the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 receives a score of 1323. These results confirm that, in the single-core test, the A16 Bionic has a strong 40% lead over the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

For what it’s worth, the A15 Bionic in the iPhone 13 Pro Max receives a score of 1728.

The source claims that the A16 Bionic’s multi-core score of 4664 appears erroneous and shouldn’t be taken as representative of the chipset’s performance. That makes sense, given that the A15 Bionic from the previous generation scored 4790 on the same test. The Dimensity 9000+ receives a 4404 score compared to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1’s 4332.