Picking the best iPhone depends on your budget, needs, and tastes. Thanks to the choice in Apple’s range, you can find yourself a decent iPhone that will get software updates for at least four years, or you can opt to upgrade every year.
Before buying, you should know that Apple’s newest phones have launched, and there are four to choose from: the iPhone 12, the smaller iPhone 12 mini, the iPhone 12 Pro, and the large iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Those are the latest and greatest tech from Apple, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re the absolute best new smartphone for you considering older devices are available and are, often, cheaper.
If an iPhone 12 doesn’t appeal then there are still plenty of options with the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone SE (2020) and iPhone XR. Each can run iOS 14 and in most cases will likely be updated to several versions to come after that, which is one of the big advantages of getting an iPhone rather than an Android device.
The current line up means you have a broad selection of prices, designs, and features, like Face ID or Touch ID, and a small screen in the SE or the biggest ever in the 12 Pro Max.
Below we’ve ranked all the iPhones that Apple currently sells, plus models that are still available from other retailers. At the moment, the iPhone 12 is the best iPhone for most people… but you might not be most people. Take a look at our buying advice and standalone reviews to see which iPhone will suit your pocket.
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