Which iPhone is the Best?

Choosing a new iPhone is a pretty big decision and all options should be researched thoroughly. When deciding there are lots of factors to consider such as cost, size, camera as well as all the specs. We’re here to help you find the right iPhone for you!

The iPhone X

Last years iPhone X is definitely the most luxurious option on our list, but with a luxury look and performance comes a luxury price. At £1000 its the most expensive iPhone on our list. Its comes with a stunning 5.8 inch OLED display which covers almost all the screen, one of the best camera’s available on a phone with dual 12 megapixel cameras and a A11 Bionic CPU with 3GB of RAM as well as all new Face ID technology.

The iPhone 8 Plus

Next up is the more reasonably priced iPhone 8 Plus. Coming in at around £750, depending on retailer, the iPhone 8 Plus is still a very high end, top of the line device. The display on the 8 Plus is a 5.5 inch, 1080p DCI-p3, true tone screen. It comes with dual 12 megapixel cameras and an A11 Bionic CPU with 3GB of RAM. If you enjoy using big screens and don’t like the thought of paying out the premium price for the iPhone X this is definitely the iPhone for you. If the bigger footprint and price is not for you the iPhone 8 has very similar performance, camera and screen and to most users the difference, beside size, is unnoticeable.

The iPhone 7 Plus

In 2016 Apple released the iPhone 7 Plus evolving their iPhone line up further with a new sleeker design and a improved camera, display and performance. The iPhone 7 Plus comes with a 5.5 inch 1080p display in a DCI P-3 screen. It has a A10 ionic CPU with 3GB of RAM and dual 12 megapixel cameras. If size isn’t your style the iPhone 7 is available at a cheaper price and has very similar performance, camera and screen and to most users the difference, besides size, is unnoticeable. The iPhone 7 Plus comes in at around £650 and the iPhone 7 coming in at a lower price of £500-£550.

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

If the above iPhone’s are still out of your price range the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are a perfect middle ground of price and performance, with the 6 coming in at around In 2016 Apple completely switched up their design for their iPhone lineup with the release of the improved, sleeker, curved design of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. With the iPhone 6 coming in a larger 4.7 inch 1080p display compared to previous model iPhone 5 with just 4 inch display, A9 CPU, 12 megapixel camera. The iPhone 6 costs around £400 and the 6 Plus comes in at around £500.

Any older models than these iPhone’s will soon be outdated and will stop receiving updates from Apple in September. I highly recommend not purchasing an older model as they will soon become slow and obsolete. Hope this helps you make the right decision for you!

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