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Which iPhone Should I Get?

Updated Dec 11, 2022
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If you have an iPhone that you’re happy with, keep it. We don’t think you should upgrade just because Apple has released new phones.But if your current phone is running too slow or is damaged, or if you’re simply ready for an upgrade and want a new phone now, we recommend the iPhone 14. It represents a relatively minor upgrade over 2021’s iPhone 13, but the improved cameras and better battery life build on the already great design and fast processing, with no drawbacks.

Apple iPhone 14 (128 GB), a full-featured iphone

Apple iPhone 14 (128 GB)

A full-featured iPhone
The iPhone 14 has a very good two-lens camera that can use Night Mode for impressive low-light photos, plus a plenty-fast processor, long battery life, and a large, edge-to-edge OLED screen.
We recommend
Apple iPhone 14 Pro (128 GB), the best screen, the dynamic island, the newest processor, and the best cameras

Apple iPhone 14 Pro (128 GB)

The best screen, the Dynamic Island, the newest processor, and the best cameras
The iPhone 14 Pro has one of the best screens of any iPhone, plus the Dynamic Island (iPhone’s new way of showing active calls, timers, Face ID status, and more at the top of your screen), and its cameras are higher quality than those of the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus. It may be a little faster for some graphics-heavy tasks, but otherwise it mostly matches the rest of the iPhone 14 family in features.
A better upgrade
Apple iPhone 14 Plus (128 GB), bigger screen, best battery

Apple iPhone 14 Plus (128 GB)

Bigger screen, best battery
The iPhone 14 Plus offers everything great about the iPhone 14 but is better suited for larger hands and has longer battery life.
We recommend
Apple iPhone SE (3rd generation, 128 GB), the cheapest way to get a great iphone experience

Apple iPhone SE (3rd generation, 128 GB)

The cheapest way to get a great iPhone experience
The 3rd-generation iPhone SE has a faster processor than you might expect in such a comparatively inexpensive phone, as well as a good camera—and it costs half the price of the iPhone 14. Its low price, small size, and Touch ID fingerprint reader make it an easy upgrade for people who have older iPhones or for anyone wanting to spend less, but its battery doesn’t last as long.
Budget friendly

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