So, you’re wondering which iPhone is best for you? With Apple’s extensive lineup, the new iPhone has more options than ever, from the iPhone 13 Pro Max to the newly updated iPhone SE. iPhone shopping can be daunting, but after checking out all the latest models, here are some strengths and weaknesses.
If you’re upgrading from an iPhone, you can trade it to Apple to get a small discount. Before you do that, check whether you can sell it elsewhere for more money. iPhones hold their value incredibly well, particularly if they’re in mint or good condition.
Don’t forget to back up your old iPhone before switching to a newer model, which will help you transfer everything without losing any data. Remember to factory-reset your old iPhone before selling it.
With the most extensive display, the longest battery life, and every new iPhone feature Apple has up its sleeve iPhone 13 pro max is the best model, at least until iPhone 14 releases.
iPhone 13 Pro Max & iPhone 13 Pro
If having the most excellent, cutting-edge technology matters to you, the iPhone 13 Pro series is your only choice. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max offer Apple’s TrueTone colour management system. Hence, making it an excellent choice for artists, content creators, and heavy users.
The iPhone 13’s improvements over previous models in storage, performance, battery life, and camera make it an excellent device and a wise choice for an impressive, high-end smartphone at a reasonable price point.
iPhone 13 Mini
The lightweight, and durable design, of the iPhone 13 Mini makes it an excellent choice for those who want to reap the benefits of a flagship phone in a compact form factor.
The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini share many vital features, including the same A15 Bionic chip. The 13 and Mini also share an OLED Super Retina XDR display, 5G connectivity, and dual cameras boasting 12MP Ultra Wide and Wide lenses.
iPhone SE (Third Generation)
Apple’s third-generation iPhone SE can be the perfect option for those who want one at an affordable price. With a 4.7-inch display, the Home button, improved battery life and supporting 5G connectivity, the iPhone SE features the same A15 Bionic chip as the flagship iPhone 13 line.
iPhone 12 and 12 Mini
The iPhone 12 has a 6.1-inch screen and a 2532 x 1170 resolution, while the 12 Mini has a 5.4-inch screen and a resolution of 2430 x 1080. Both devices boast an A14 chip, HDR support, vivid colours, haptic touch, and True Tone to adjust the display’s colour to ambient light.
Today, they’re still excellent choices for those who want middle-of-the-road iPhones at an affordable price.
The iPhone 11 debuted an edge-to-edge OLED HDR screen (5.8 inches), a three-camera system, and enhanced IP68 waterproofing. In addition, it debuted the next-generation Face ID recognition system for unlocking the iPhone. If you don’t mind your iPhone looking and acting a bit dated, iPhone 11 may be a good, affordable choice.
iPhone 8 Plus And iPhone 8
Apple’s 2nd generation fingerprint scanning technology was built into the eighth series. The two phones are identical in storage options, processors, wireless charging, 3D Touch, Touch ID, NFC and Apple Pay support, and Apple Watch compatibility.
The iPhone 8 Plus is not currently available from Apple. However, you may be able to find it refurbished or through third-party resellers.
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