iPhone 15 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro: A Detailed Comparison of Design, Performance, Display, and Camera Features
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Weight and Design Changes
The iPhone 15 Pro weighs 174 grams, which is about 10 grams lighter than the iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 15 Pro has an Action Button on the left side of the device, which can be used to toggle the silent mode, activate Siri, or perform other actions.
The iPhone 14 Pro has a mute switch on the same side, which can only be used to toggle the silent mode.
The iPhone 15 Pro also features a new USB-C port, marking a shift from the traditional Lightning port that has been used by Apple since 2012.
The iPhone 15 Pro is powered by the A17 Pro chip, which is based on a 4nm process and has a six-core CPU and a five-core GPU.
The A17 Pro chip promises increased efficiency and performance compared to the A16 Bionic chip, which is based on a 5nm process and has a six-core CPU and a four-core GPU.
According to Apple, the A17 Pro chip is 20% faster and 30% more power-efficient than the A16 Bionic chip.
Both the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro share a 6.1-inch OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and 460 ppi.
The main difference between the two displays- iPhone 15 Pro has a Dynamic Island, which is a curved cutout at the top of the screen that houses the front camera and the Face ID sensors.
Camera Resolution and Focal Length
The iPhone 15 Pro features an upgraded main camera with a larger sensor compared to the iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 15 Pro defaults to 24MP photos while the iPhone 14 Pro shoots 12MP photos by default.
Both phones have a 48MP sensor, but the iPhone 15 Pro allows users to change the camera’s focal length, with options of 24mm, 28mm, or 35mm.
Sensor and Lens Coating: Both models have a telephoto camera with sensor-shift optical image stabilization.
The iPhone 15 Pro starts at ₹1,34,900 for the 128GB model, while the iPhone 14 Pro costs about ₹1,29,900 for the 256GB model.
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