The tech giant revealed four new versions of the handset, as well as a new extreme sports Apple Watch - the Watch Ultra.
Releasing the iPhone 14 in two sizes, the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus, as well as the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, the devices are said to be capable of sending an emergency call for help via satellite.
The iPhone will display the whereabouts of passing satellites and show the user how to point at then correctly. It is expected basic messages will take 15 seconds to a few minutes to send.
Apple also announced new 12-megapixal cameras across the lineup, capable of taking photos of fast-moving subjects. With this also comes what Apple claims is a 49 per cent improvement in low-light capturing. The front camera will also have tut-focus for the first time.
The biggest change in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max design is the change from a notch at the top of the screen to a pill shaped cut-out.
A new feature in these devices will also allow the handset to always remain on. When not in use, the screen will dim slightly.
Rob Lister, director at Lister Unified Communications said: 'For the many Apple fans out there, a new release is always a time of excitement.
"Whilst at first glance, the iPhone 14 looks pretty much identical to the iPhone 13, under the bonnet there are some notable improvements including a bigger and brighter camera sensor, more powerful A15 bionic chip, safety features including Crash Detection and the Emergency SOS via satellite which should appeal lone-workers and on-the-go workers in remote areas that have coverage issues and 'not-spots'.
"Initially one for the enthusiasts, but no doubt will become standard fare for most Apple users when they next upgrade."
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