A display of the various features of the new Apple iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus such as the 6.7-inch display, all-day battery life, more advanced camera system, durable design, crash detection and A15 Bionic chip.
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Titles: iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
An iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in blue come together from opposite ends of a blank space. Two hands reach up to grab hold of them.
Titles: Even bigger 6.7'' display. All-day battery life.
The bar of a battery icon fills, changing from purple to blue as it fully charges.
iPhone 14 devices in (PRODUCT)RED and starlight spin in two concentric circles.
Titles: More advanced camera system.
A close-up of the camera lenses of two blue iPhone 14 devices.
Titles: Huge leaps in low light.
A photo of a person in an orange blouse reaching up to touch a stained-glass window. Light shines down on their face from above.
A video records a jogger running from behind. The runner jogs forward with a track to his right and bleacher seats to his left. At the top of the screen, a red recording bar displays the seconds. The recording frame jostles violently from side to side. Now, the footage of the runner is steady.
Titles: Ceramic Shield. Durable by design.
An iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in purple and starlight face each other, then pull apart.
Titles: Crash Detection. Calls for help when you can't. Emergency SOS uses a mobile network connection or Wi-Fi calling.
An iPhone 14 displays a message that reads, "It looks like you've been in a crash. iPhone will trigger Emergency SOS if you don't respond." A slider at the bottom of the screen reads, "SOS. Emergency Call."
On an iPhone 14, a video plays of a six-winged metallic monster with glowing red eyes. A large white bird with a rider on its back flies toward it. As the two soar above the ocean, the metal creature spits flames.
iPhone 14 devices in midnight, starlight and (PRODUCT)RED spin in two concentric circles.
Titles: iPhone 14. Battery life varies by use.
An Apple logo.
Mobile device coverage depends on where you are, the device you are using and whether it has an external antenna attached.
The 5G symbol appearing on the device represents that 5G is available on the network in the vicinity of the device. Speed and performance, and whether a 5G device uses the available 5G depends on prevailing radio conditions at your location and whether the device is actively downloading or uploading data. Outside of 5G coverage, 5G devices will continue to use our fastest available 4G, or 3G where 4G is unavailable.
The Telstra mobile coverage checks have been created using tools that predict the likely areas of outdoor coverage. We have not individually tested every particular location within the identified outdoor coverage areas for coverage. This means that while the footprint of outdoor coverage for a particular location is generally accurate, there may be some areas described as being within the outdoor coverage area proximate to locations searched where your device will not work. This is a common characteristic of wireless systems. For example, actual outdoor coverage could be degraded or not existent in specific locations due to certain geographic features or as a result of the device used. Geographic features that may reduce or block outdoor coverage could include formations, such as hills and mountains or even trees.
The Telstra mobile coverage checks also provide an indication of the availability of indoor coverage at locations searched, where this is predicted. This is as accurate as we can make it based on what we know. Indoor coverage is highly variable and there may be locations where indoor coverage is indicated, but your device will not work due to local building density, physical structures and building materials. For example, the following things may reduce or block indoor coverage: basements, lifts, underground car parks, concrete buildings, tunnels and road cuttings, steel framing and metallic window film. Devices such as the Telstra Mobile Smart Antenna may assist to improve indoor coverage where it would otherwise not occur.
Factors beyond Telstra's control such as the weather, tides, sea conditions and your antenna installation (type and height of antenna above sea level) can significantly influence the actual user experience of coverage, data speed and performance in offshore locations. Public mobile networks must not be relied upon as a primary method of emergency communication at sea.