(Pocket-lint) – Apple has finally ditched the notch for its new Pro iPhones.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have a pill-shaped TrueDepth camera instead. What’s more, Apple calls the new area a “dynamic island” as it uses elements of the software design to animate from the cutout to incorporate it rather than circumnavigate.
The iPhone 14 Pro has a 6.1-inch display, while the Pro Max has a 6.7-inch screen. The Super Retina XDR OLED panels feature always-on display tech thanks to better power efficiency, and are capable of peak HDR brightness of 1600 nits indoors, 2000 nits out.
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The rear camera on the Pro models has been improved between generations. There’s now a 48-megapixel main camera on the back, which is capable of shooting at full resolution in ProRAW format.
It can also pixel bin 4-in-1 pixels for better low light imagery – resulting in a sharp 12-megapixel image in poor lighting.
There’s a 12-megapixel ultrawide and 3x telephoto lens on the rear, too. And, the camera can shoot ProRes video and in Dolby Vision.
Battery life lasts “all-day” on both models.
The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will be available in four colors – space black, silver, gold and new deep purple. They’ll be available for pre-order from September 9, with shipping from September 16.
The iPhone 14 Pro starts at $999, with the Pro Max at $1,099. Storage options go up to 1TB.
Writing by Rik Henderson.