The performance of the iPhone 14 is excellent – even though Apple’s top processor is not installed. The device is powered by the Apple A15 Bionic processor with 6 CPU cores and a maximum clock frequency of 3.2 GHz. There is an upgrade for the graphics performance: The smartphone has 5 GPU cores and achieves over 100 fps (frames per second) in the graphics test.
We are not entirely convinced by the 6.1-inch display of the iPhone 14, which comes with neither the new “Dynamic Island” nor an always-on display function. The refresh rate is just 60 Hertz. The resolution of 2,532 by 1,170 pixels is positive, which results in a very good pixel density of 459 ppi.
The camera can’t necessarily keep up with the premium models from this iPhone year either. The Apple iPhone 14 retains the 12-megapixel dual cameras of its predecessor. We therefore did not notice any changes in the image quality of the main camera in the test. Those who pay attention to the camera should therefore take a look at the premium models (Apple 14 Pro and Max Pro).
The rest of the equipment is impressive: The iPhone triumphs in the test with a long battery life. In the runtime test with a fixed display brightness including Internet surfing in the LTE network, the battery (3,279 mAh capacity) lasted a strong 15:53 hours – three hours more than the predecessor. And the housing is IP68-certified, which means it is proven to be dust-proof and waterproof.
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