Hello Dear Friends welcome to Gadgetninety today in this article we are talking about Five iPhone 14 Pro features that were on Android first. The dimensions are nearly the same although Apple has managed to shave off 2g of weight on the new model. This means you get dimensions of 146.7mm x 71.5mm x 7.8mm, weighing in at 172g. The new model is just the slightest bit thicker, too.
The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max with an always-on display, better cameras, and the all-new Dynamic Island were made available for pre-order this past Friday and will begin arriving to customers on Friday, September 16.
Apple is doing something a little different with its implementation in a way that makes clever use of what everyone else is deeming a “hole punch” in the middle of the display.
Here’s a look at some of the “copy-cat” abilities that Apple announced for the iPhone 14 this week. Apple was also first to the table on a few other features we’re hoping Android adopts and adapts in the future.
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Five iPhone 14 Pro features that were on Android first
There are number of features in iphone 14 pro This is the first time that Apple has introduced this feature to its iPhones. In contrary, Android users have had this feature since a very long time.
Samsung introduced the Always-on display to its Galaxy S7 series of phones in 2016. Apple’s Always-on display, however, has an edge over its competitors as it is more customisable. It will continue to show the lock screen wallpaper, colours and everything, only dimmer.
1. Always-on display
A lot of popular Android smartphones from brands like Xiaomi and OnePlus already offer always-on-display on their devices. Not a new technology per se, Apple’s implementation of always-on-display is a bit different and perhaps a lot better than the competition
The magic trick is that the iPhone will continue to show the lock screen wallpaper, a little dimmed than before but never totally shuts off the screen.
The feature is enabled by a new 1Hz refresh rate and several ‘power-efficient technologies’ to preserve battery life. Not that the always-on screen won’t eat up battery life, but the impact will be minimal.
2. Android did it before iPhone 14: Video stabilization
Shaky video had long been a problem in smartphone videography. While phone makers have gotten better at reducing shaky video over the years, it hasn’t been at that GoPro-style action cam level.
Thanks to advances in stabilization methods and post-processing, phones such as 2020’s Google Pixel 5 and Samsung Galaxy S20 have had Active Stability and Super Steady modes that helped people take smooth GoPro-like video while in motion.
All iPhone 14 models will get Apple’s new Action Mode, which should make for interesting shots when filming while running. It does look as if the mode will punch the image in for a tighter crop, as is common with other stabilization methods. Either way, Apple is late to the game on this.
3. Dynamic Island
Dynamic Island is a feature that resizes the pill-shaped notch on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The resizing lets the black area include more information, interactive information that you can tap or long press on to access different functions.
Dynamic Island turns Apple’s boring notch, behind which the FaceID camera sits, into an excitingly interactive area that lets users monitor important app activity (such as delivery service ETA, music playback, and sports scores) and take control of apps.
It’s like saying “your smartphone still has a notch” but now that pill-shaped cutout resizes dynamically as you use the phone as if it is made to be part of the user interface. Surely, a clever way to utilise the notch.
4. Fitness App
Apple has expanded Apple Fitness+ to iPhone 14 users. The fitness and wellness app which was previously limited to just Apple watches will now be fully integrated with iOS16 and used by iPhone users.
Google’s fitness app has had been there for both watch and non-watch owners. All the Pixel phones ship with the feature that helps user track fitness-related metrics like workout time, calories data and more.
5. Selfie autofocus
Many Android phones going back several years have had autofocus on their front-facing selfie cameras, though it’s often a feature limited to more premium models. It’s not strictly a requirement for a high-quality selfie, but it does mean sharper images across a range of distances.
The real improvement on the iPhone 14 Pro isn’t just a 48-megapixel camera, but also that the front-facing selfie camera now has autofocus for the first time.
Although the iPhone 14 getting a front-facing autofocus camera is a welcome move, Cupertino isn’t the first company to add selfie AF on phones.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What came first Android phone or iPhone?
Android 1.0: The beginning of Android history
In 2007, Apple launched the first iPhone and ushered in a new era in mobile computing. At the time, Google was still working on Android in secret, but in November of that year, the company slowly started to reveal its plans to compete with Apple and other mobile platform
What can an iPhone do that an Android can’t 2022?
Apple allows iOS users to remove unused apps while keeping their files and data intact, so you don’t have to start all over again the next time you install it. You can save gigabytes of storage space by setting an iPhone to offload unused apps automatically.
Why iOS is faster than Android?
As Apple controls its production from start to finish, they don’t require super-powerful specifications to compete with high-end Android phones. The Qualcomm processors of Androids are relatively slow compared to iPhone’s processors, so this is why iPhones are faster, smoother, and better than Android phones.
Is Android better than Apple?
Apple and Google both have fantastic app stores. But Android is far superior at organizing apps, letting you put important stuff on the home screens and hide less useful apps in the app drawer. Also, Android’s widgets are much more useful than Apple’s.
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