Founder and former CEO of Apple, late Steve Jobs’ daughter Eve Jobs has taken a swipe at Apple after the unveiling of the new iPhone 14. Twenty-three-year-old Eve Jobs posted a meme on her Instagram account which showed a man holding up a shirt identical to the one he’s wearing. Taking a dig at Apple iPhone 14 series, the image Eve posted on Instagram had the caption: “Me upgrading from iPhone 13 to iPhone 14 after Apple’s announcement today”.
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It is being said that the meme posted by late Steve Jobs’ daughter highlights how all iPhone models do not add incremental improvements over the previous models.
Apple iPhone 14 series has been officially launched at the company’s Far Out event on September 7 (Wednesday). The Cupertino-based tech giant’s latest iPhone 14 series features the iPhone 14 and the new iPhone 14 Plus and both models feature a Super Retina XDR OLED display. The iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch screen size while the display of the iPhone 14 Plus is 6.7-inch. The iPhone 14 comes with crash detection as well.
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Apple also unveiled the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max that comes with a “notch” bubble that moves around and changes size. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max both have thinner borders, more active area and “Dynamic Island”.
The price of the iPhone 14 in India starts at Rs 79,900 and the iPhone 14 Plus starts at Rs 89,900. The iPhone 14 Pro starts at Rs 1,29,900 while the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s price starts at Rs 1,39,900.
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As suggested by leaks and rumours, the same A15 Bionic with 5-core GPU that came with last year’s iPhone 13 is coming to the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. As mentioned earlier, Apple has added Satellite Connectivity to the iPhone 14 as it says “emergencies don’t always happen when it’s convenient”. Users can hold their phone and it would find a satellite so they can communicate with rescuers and share a location which is “Emergency SOS via Satellite.”