When Apple announced the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models last week, the manufacturer provided a lot of information about the new products. However, those responsible did not go into every change that the new models bring with them. More exciting information is now emerging around the start of sales. For example, all iPhone 14 models have a second ambient light sensor on the back. As usual, you can find the first one on the front in the area of the display recess.
All iPhone 14 models have a second ambient light sensor on the back
We recently informed you that Apple has given the iPhone 14 (Plus) a removable glass back to make repairing the devices easier. Apple has now confirmed another exciting detail to us.
All iPhone 14 models have a second ambient light sensor on the back. With this second ambient light sensor, the display can adjust the display brightness more precisely when the device is used in front of a particularly bright background or in strong sunlight.
Outdoors, the new iPhone 14 Pro display boasts a peak brightness of 2,000 nits. No other smartphone offers this level of brightness, and Apple was also able to double the brightness compared to the previous model. On the iPhone 14 by the way, it is a maximum of 1,200 nits.
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