So while the device still sports a 6.1-inch OLED panel with a resolution of 2532 x 1170 pixels and a peak brightness of 1200 nits, Apple seems to have taken some steps to improve the quality of the screen. The iPhone 14 owes its very good rating to the very accurate color representation and the excellent video display – in contrast to many competitors, the iPhone 14 hardly ever skips frames when playing video clips.
Nevertheless, there are deductions for the frame rate of only 60 Hz, because animations or scrolling are not as smooth as on faster displays, and the response time to touch inputs tends to be shorter on smartphones with faster displays. When using the iPhone 14 in sunlight, the maximum brightness is 776 nits – far lower than many competitors, the iPhone 14 Pro (approx. 1,299 euros on Amazon) comes to around 2,000 nits, for example.
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