As the spring season approaches, Apple consumers eagerly await the release of new iPhone models, which are usually revealed in the autumn. Apple released the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max last year, with the much-touted Dynamic Island, improved cameras, the A16 Bionic chipset, and a new deep purple colour. While the regular iPhone 14 and 14 Plus were also released alongside the new Pro models, the focus here is solely on the Pro models, which have for the first time in years drawn a clear line between Pro and non-Pro models.
A lot has changed in the seven months after Apple’s new iPhones were released, the most significant being the release of iOS 16 and the debut of Google and Samsung’s iPhone 14 Pro rivals, the Pixel 7 Pro and Galaxy S23 Ultra. While the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus received a new yellow paint job, the iPhone 14 Pro has remained Apple’s top-of-the-line option.