Last week Apple released the long-awaited iPhone 14. The Pro versions arrived with Dynamic Island, which gives life to the “stack” that houses the front camera and sensors on the screen, and this was immediately copied by a MIUI developer.
But if Android manufacturers are often accused of copying Apple, it is also the other way around. As the Android Authority notes, the new iPhone 14 arrived with two features that first came to Xiaomi smartphones.
1. Two sensors for improved auto brightness
The new iPhone 14 arrives with dual sensors to better adapt to ambient light. Apparently there will be one located on the front, and another on the back. However, this is a feature that first arrived with the Xiaomi Mi 10 Series in early 2020.
“In complex lighting scenarios, more light source data is captured to obtain more accurate user ambient light data,” Xiaomi said at the time during the presentation. The functionality later arrived at Samsung or Google terminals, and now at Apple.
2. Dual frequency GPS
On the Pro models of the new iPhone 14, dual-frequency GPS functionality is also introduced. Basically this is a feature that uses two GPS frequencies, to guarantee you a more accurate location.
However, this is also a novelty that first came to a Xiaomi smartphone. This happened at the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 8, top of the range launched in 2018. However, the functionality has reached Samsang smartphones and others, such as the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
This is not the first nor will it be the last time Apple has followed features previously released on Android. More recent there is highlight the night mode in the cameras, the ultrawide cameras or the application library.
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