Apple’s iPhone line goes from $399 to $1,399. Here’s how to find which one is best for your needs and budget.
To help you figure out which is the best iPhone for you, we thoroughly reviewed and tested each one on this list, from their batteries to camera performance. We’ve included current iPhone prices, though iPhone deals are known to happen, so don’t assume your only option is paying full price.
You might find that carriers and third-party sellers offer older models, like the iPhone X. To complicate matters, some iPhones have two cameras, others three and still others four (including the front-facing selfie camera). Then there’s the fact that nearly all current iPhones have Face ID, but one model — the iPhone SE — soldiers on with Touch ID. Having a lot of options isn’t bad, but it can feel overwhelming to select a model when purchasing a new iPhone.
But if you’re looking for an Android phone or another smartphone outside of Apple’s offerings, read our guide to help find the best phone for your needs and take a look at our tips on how to buy a new smartphone.
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