Discover the new magical way to use your iPhone 14 Pro through the Dynamic Island feature. Its innovative 48MP camera brings striking details, all carried by the best smartphone chip ever.

Emergency SOS via satellite

Thanks to the special antennas and equipment, developed by Apple, the latest iPhones can connect to a satellite, miles above the Earth’s surface, without needing a giant antenna. The user can activate the Emergency SOS via satellite to send out a distress signal. The device will then walk the user through prompts to ensure communication is kept short while being detailed. There is also a non-emergency use for this as well. If a user wants to update friends or family on their location in the wilderness, the iPhone can use a satellite signal to relay that location data.

iPhone 14 Emergency SOS via satellite — how it works and how it could save your life | Tom's Guide

Crash detection 

The new Crash Detection feature will call for help if you can’t. When your iPhone detects a severe car crash, it will display an alert and will automatically initiate an emergency phone call. If you are unresponsive, your iPhone will play an audio message for the emergency services, which informs them that you’ve been in a severe crash. It also gives them your latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates with an approximate search radius.

iPhone 14: How Crash Detection Works and How to Turn It Off - MacRumors

24 breathtaking frame per second

The iPhone 14 Pro cinematic mode now captures 4K HDR quality at 24 frames per second. It’s a film industry standard. Now you can seamlessly edit 4K videos at 24 or 30 frames per second with other professional video materials. It is even possible to edit the depth effect after capture. This iPhone raises the bar even higher with its 48-megapixel capability. It offers 4x resolution in ProRAW format to bring out amazing details at every magnification.

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max - Apple (IN)


  • 6.1″ or 6.7″ Display
  • ProMotion technology
  • Dynamic Island
  • Emergency SOS via satellite
  • Incident detection
  • Pro camera system
  • Up to 29 hours of video playback
  • Chip A16 Bionic
  • Face ID
  • 5G network

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max ditch the notch—sort of | Ars Technica

What’s in the box?

The box contains an Apple iPhone 14 Pro, a USB Type-C to Lightning Cable and a user manual.