Apple’s brand-new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have started to enter the door of the customers. For those who already have upgraded to one of those devices, we can put jointly a list of the top 10 useful, and necessary settings that will be valuable for the users. In iPhone 14 models some settings are very exclusive, while the others had introduced iOS 16 on a large range of iPhones.
Here are the Top 10 Settings for iPhone 14 Pro Models:
10. Wi-Fi Passwords View
Finally, you can able to watch the password of the Wi-Fi network that you can previously attach on iOS 16. In the settings click Wi-Fi then tap a network, then click the password field, and just authenticate with FaceID to watch the password.
9. Siri for Call Hang Up
In this iOS 16, you can able to tell ‘He Sito, hang up’ while attending a phone call in a hands-free manner, but note that the command can also be heard by another on the call. You can get this facility under Siri & Search then click Call Hang Up.
8. Sending Automatic Message with Siri
Siri can ask normally for confirmation ahead of sending a message to anyone, but in iOS 16, there is a new option just available to skip the confirmation step. For active, this is the Settings app you just go to Siri & Search and then click Automatically Send Messages.
7. Addition of battery Percentage Icon
In this latest iOS 16, you will finally get the option to watch the battery percentage icon in the status bar on the iPhone X and latest, by deleting the requirement to swipe down and open the Control Center to watch the battery percentage. You can enable the icon on iPhone 14 Pro models, just open the settings and navigate to Battery then battery Percentage.
6. Enable Haptic Feedback for the Keyboard
IOS 16 can include the latest haptic feedback option for the stock keyboard for iPhone. The things are quite similar to the man of the Android Smartphones, the iPhone can able to make a slight vibration after each of the keys you will press while typing, providing physical confirmation that the key got tapped.
5. Turning Off Always-On Display
In iPhone 14 Pro’s latest model default setting of always-on display mode can enable. The settings can be turned off in the settings by following the settings app under Display & Brightness and then clicking Always On.
This mode can dim the entire Lock Screen, but it’s still showing the time, date, widgets, wallpaper, and unread notifications. After raising the iPhone, just click or swipe up on the bottom of the screen, or click the side button, and the display will come back to the normal brightness.
4. Enable the Startup Sound
This new optional accessibility feature permits all iPhone 14 models to play the sound while charged on and off. This feature can be activated in the Settings application under Accessibility then Audio/Visual, and then click Power On & Off Sounds.
3. Action Mode Optimization for Lower Light
In those four iPhone 14 models, there is a feature of Action mode that can able to adjust such significant shakes, motion, and vibrations for such a smooth video experience. Apple claims that this feature can be used to record video while off-roading in a vehicle, filming a runner, and many more.
There is a button for Action mode that can be gotten in the top—left corner of the camera application for the video. In the settings, Action mode can able to optimize for lower-light conditions via navigating to Camera, then clicking Record Video, and then clicking Action Mode Lower Light.
2. Turn On 4K Cinematic Mode
For all four iPhone 14 models, the Cinematic mode of the videos can able to be recorded in 4K. You can activate the higher resolution in the Settings application by just clicking Camera then Record Cinematic, and then selecting 4K at 24 frames per second or 4K at 30 frames per second.
After introducing, the iPhones 13 lineup, the cinematic mode has featured such a depth effect along with the automatic focus updates for ‘cinema-style’ videos.
1. Activation of 48 MP ProRAW Photos
The iPhone 14 models quo such upgradation for the rear camera system that can able to shoot 48-megapixel images, there is only in ProRAW mode that can activate in the settings under Camera, then Formats, finally Apple ProRAW with 48MP resolution. In the camera app, there is a button aneled EAW set to appear in the top-right corner to easily turn ProRAW on or off.
This ProRAW mode can hold more detail in the image file for mode flexible editing. With the 48-megapixel ProRAW images, there are very large files that can clock in at around 75 MB in each or higher set to be mindful of the storage space of the phone if photos have been shot in this mode.