Since bifurcating the iPhone lineup, the Pro models have represented the best Apple has to offer. The 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max are no exception. They have always-on LTPO 6.1" and 6.7" screens, respectively, with a "Dynamic Island" created from the hole-punch selfie camera and Face ID hardware that expands and contracts based on what the user is doing with the phone. Those screens are also the brightest of any smartphone, can refresh as slow as 1 Hz, and are helped by a special section of the A16 Bionic chip that powers the phone. The camera is also upgraded, with a 48-megapixel quad-pixel sensor that's 40% larger than the one found in the iPhone 13 Pro and combines pixels to form 12-megapixel shots in regular use but can also be used to capture true 48-megapixel RAW shots. There's also a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera with a larger aperture for up to 3x low-light performance, a redesigned flash that adapts to the setting and lens being used, and the same satellite SOS features as the standard iPhone 14.