Which iPhone 14 Model Should I Get?

The new iPhone 14 has arrived but has yet to improve upon the iPhone 13 model significantly. Many of the fantastic upgrades have instead been saved by Apple for the more expensive iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The iPhone 14 Plus, a large-screen version of the standard model similar to the iPhone 8 Plus, has taken the place of the iPhone Mini, which may disappoint some.

It’s all a jumble of various names, which can be perplexing. But we’re here to support you. To assist you in choosing a model—and whether you should buy one—we have broken down the key distinctions between the iPhone 14 range in the table below. 

Is an Upgrade Required?

There is no need to upgrade if your iPhone is functioning perfectly. If the battery in your device isn’t performing well, you can spend a small amount on replacing it through Apple, which might extend the iPhone’s lifespan by one or two years. We also offer advice on repairing your iPhone if it develops odd issues. You can upgrade if your phone is beyond repair or you want the newest and greatest device. However, you can sell your old device and make money. 

You can use Apple’s Trade-In program, but given how much value used iPhones still hold, you can get more money by selling it yourself. It’s worth investigating. Before you factory reset your iPhone to erase your data, backup it. 

Choose your iPhone 14 model. 

You decided to purchase an iPhone 14 after all. Great! The next step is to choose an iPhone 14 or an iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, or iPhone 14 Pro Max. The good news is that apart from the size, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are identical (and thereby, battery life). The only internal difference between the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max is size. 

All of the new iPhone 14 models support Crash Detection and Apple’s new Emergency SOS via Satellite feature, enabling you to access emergency services in even the most remote locations. There is widespread 5G support, Face ID, ultrawideband chips to locate your AirTags precisely, OLED screens, MagSafe connectivity, Apple’s Ceramic Shield glass to shield the screen, and IP68 water resistance. All of the cameras have Apple’s new Action video-stabilization mode for smoother footage and the company’s new Photonic Engine for better low-light images.

These are the iPhone 14 models differences: 

  1. iPhone 14 ($829) 

You only need the 6.1-inch iPhone 14. It can take pictures that aren’t too dissimilar from those taken by the iPhone 14 Pro thanks to its dual 12-MP primary camera and ultrawide lenses with larger sensors. It uses the same A15 Bionic processor as the iPhone 13 Pro from a year ago, marking the first time Apple has not used the newest processor in a brand-new iPhone. Despite this, the chip is still quick. The iPhone 14 lasts about a day with moderate to heavy use.

  1. iPhone 14 Plus ($929) 

All the same, tasks that the 4.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus can perform, but for a little bit longer. It easily lasts through the second day’s afternoon on a single charge, making it the longest-lasting iPhone in the new range. Additionally, despite its larger size, it’s less cumbersome than you might expect, thanks to its relative lightness. It’s just a hair lighter than the iPhone 14 Pro.

  1. iPhone 14 Pro ($999) 

The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro has almost too many extra features. To begin with, the infamous notch has vanished. Face ID is still present, but Apple has shrunk the selfie camera and sensors into a pill-shaped cutout called the Dynamic Island. This space, interestingly, expands to show passive information, such as music playing or a timer running—and you can expand it to see some controls. The phone is powered by the new A16 Bionic chip, which delivers robust performance, mainly when playing demanding games. The screen becomes brighter and supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz, making every interaction with the phone look and feel more fluid. For the first time, an always-on display is available, allowing you to see the time and notifications with a single glance. On a single charge, it typically lasts about a whole day.

  1. iPhone 14 Pro Max 

The iPhone 14 Pro Max is identical to the iPhone 14 Pro but has a larger 6.7-inch screen. Compared to the non-Pro models, both Pro models have a new 48-MP primary camera, joined by a 12-MP ultrawide and a 12-MP telephoto lens, giving you more versatility when shooting photos. In my testing, I didn’t notice a significant difference between the new cameras in these phones and their predecessors, though you can expect slightly sharper and brighter images in mid to low light.

These iPhones also include Apple’s second-generation Sensor-Shift stabilization technology for fewer blurry images, Night Mode Portrait photo support, a macro photography mode, and the ability to capture images and videos in Apple’s ProRAW and ProRes formats. If battery life is your top priority and you want all the extra features, the Max is the way to go. 

How to get it Unlocked? 

There are no SIM card slots on the new iPhones in the United States, but dual eSIM support is available. It’s worth noting that, while transferring your physical SIM to an eSIM is simple when setting up your new iPhone, doing so effectively kills your physical SIM card. If you switch to a phone that does not support eSIM (or even an Android phone that does), you may have to go through a few steps and contact your carrier to regain cellular connectivity.

It is strongly advised to purchase your iPhone unlocked. It’s easier and more convenient to switch networks without dealing with your carrier. Apple’s website sells them all unlocked. If you choose to activate your network through Apple, the company claims its carrier models are all unlocked, except AT&T, when purchased on an installment plan.

  • The iPhone 14 starts at $829 at Apple for 128 GB.
  • The iPhone 14 Plus starts at $929 at Apple for 128 GB.
  • The iPhone 14 Pro starts at $999 at Apple for 128 GB.
  • The iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at $1,099 at Apple for 128 GB.


This article talked about the specifications and prices of iPhone 14 models to help you choose the suitable model for yourself if you decide to upgrade your phone to the newest iPhone 14 model. All four iPhone 14 models’ features are primarily similar to each other and the iPhone 13 model, but there are some significant improvements in the iPhone 14 Pro Max mentioned above. Hope this post helped you to choose the suitable model for yourself and your needs.


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