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Event Image to Introduce iPhone 14 Has Been Released

Event Image to Introduce iPhone 14 Has Been Released
Event Image to Introduce iPhone 14 Has Been Released
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Apple has officially announced the highly anticipated iPhone 14 event with a space-themed invitation . As always, speculation is swirling about what the invitation visual might imply, from new camera features to an always-on display and more. Here are some of the best predictions we’ve seen so far.

Space Theme and Satellite Link

Considering the space theme of the invitation design, one of the most obvious possibilities could be that the phone hints at new satellite connectivity features. This feature was first reported to come with the iPhone 13 last year, but ultimately that didn’t happen.

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In March, 9to5Mac reported that Apple is still working on these satellite features and that these features could be rolled out as part of the iPhone 14 this year. iOS 16 also adds a new “SOS” icon to the iPhone status bar that appears when your iPhone loses cellular connectivity.

The satellite feature is expected to allow users to connect to a satellite when they lose cellular service to communicate with first responders in an emergency. Bloomberg reports that there are two satellite features for messaging in the Buniri Messages app, and this provides a more direct reporting mechanism for major emergencies like plane crashes and sinking ships .

It is not yet clear whether this feature will come with the iPhone 14 this year, but the event design seems to be an important clue in this regard.

Event Image to Introduce iPhone 14 Has Been Released

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New Camera Features

A long-standing rumor is that Apple is working on new astrophoto features for the iPhone. This will improve the iPhone’s camera performance , especially in low light conditions outdoors .

If this feature happens, your iPhone can detect the moon or stars, then use longer exposure times and more internal processing to perfect the image. This is a feature already offered by some competing Android devices, so it makes sense for Apple to work on a competing feature as well.

Apple is also working on upgrades to the iPhone camera hardware this year, including a new 48MP sensor. Also, next year, the iPhone 15 is expected to feature a new periscope lens that will offer greater support for optical zoom capabilities.

Event Image to Introduce iPhone 14 Has Been Released

Always-On Display

Finally, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to feature a new always-on display for the first time. While the connection to the space-themed artwork here is weaker than something like a satellite link, the dark theme could somehow be related to the always-on OLED display.

While Apple’s invitation design never clearly or explicitly implies something to expect at the event, it often refers to something to be announced gracefully. Sometimes it’s just a hint for new wallpapers, sometimes it’s a hint about new products and features.

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