Birmingham news iPhones through the ages and the best one to buy in today's Black Friday sale PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The newest iPhone 14, to the iPhone 13 Pro, 11, 10 which one is worth the money?

Birmingham news iPhones through the ages and the best one to buy in today's Black Friday sale PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The newest iPhone 14, to the iPhone 13 Pro, 11, 10 which one is worth the money?

Birmingham news iPhones through the ages and the best one to buy in today's Black Friday sale PremierLeague-News.Com
25 November 2022 - 10:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Black Friday has officially landed as thousands of tech products are reduced in the global sale, including an array of smartphones. If you’re looking to invest in one of Apple’s iPhones there are plenty of money saving options available. But knowing which model to buy can be overwhelming, especially as ‘older’ ranges are still perfectly well working phones. The latest range of iPhone was launched this September at Apple’s ‘Far Out’ event, and includes the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14. Steve Jobs introduced the original iPhone in 2007 and whilst it’s definitely not the right handset to buy in the current Black Friday sale, it arguably kickstarted the high-tech standard we see today. Every year since its first release Apple has launched new editions of the iPhone, from 2008’s iPhone 3G, the iPhone 4S in 2011 or last year’s iPhone 13 range, there’s plenty to choose from. READ MORE:A timeline of Apple launches 2022 - what’s the best to buy this Black Friday? For shoppers looking to buy a new phone over Black Friday and into Cyber Monday, the latest ranges are the best to go for. Any iPhone model released between 2017 and now, the iPhone 8 or above, as all our supported by the latest iOS 16.1 software. But that still leaves more than 15 different models to choose from. To help shoppers make the right decision we’ve put together a list of iPhone recommendations based on what phones we use here at BirminghamLive. Some of us have been lucky enough to get the newest iPhone 14 whilst others don’t feel the need for an upgrade and are quite happy with an iPhone 11. Our top recommended devices to go for this Black Friday is either the iPhone 14 or the iPhone 14 Pro model, with money-saving discounts to be found this Black Friday on retailers like Sky, they ar ethe best options for shoppers who want a phone with the updated iOS 16.1 software. The iPhone 14 Pro Used by Jada Jones I've been using the latest Pro model on loan from Vodafone for the last month and while I've been impressed by the sturdy nature of the phone and the advanced camera, I don't think it's worth buying unless you need a good camera. It's one of the newest phones they've come out with and while it is really good, I don't think the features are any more useful than past models. It looks exactly like a standard iPhone and with the exception of the screen that only goes dark when the battery dies it doesn't really do much different. The camera quality is great, especially when it comes to making videos. If you're looking to get into photography and content creation then I'd say it's a good option but if you're just after something to take selfies on I don't think it's necessary. The iPhone 14 Used by Harriet Morphy-Morris In recent weeks I’ve reviewed the standard iPhone 14 on loan from Vodafone and whilst it’s full of high-tech features, I wouldn’t recommend it as one to buy this Black Friday. Not because the phone is bad, not at all, but because there are others on the market that are worth the price tag. Released just two months ago the iPhone 14 is the standard model in the latest range, with the iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max also new for 2022. The phone has a 6.1 display size, two back cameras and the distinct pill shaped front that was introduced in last year's iPhone 13 range. When I first unboxed this phone I was initially disappointed as there are no new design updates, it looks identical to the standard iPhone 13 (which for someone who loves tech it is underwhelming). Whilst it's an impressive handset it’s nothing new, in fact there’s only three new main running updates; the emergency SOS, crash detection software and camera updates. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models (Image: Apple) The iPhone 13 Pro Used by Harriet Morphy-Morris I’ve had the iPhone 13 Pro since I accepted my network upgrade last year, I think I paid an extra £70 upfront for the pro version, instead of the standard iPhone 13 but it was totally worth it in my opinion, as the model still rivals the latest iPhone 14. In a recent review I explained why the iPhone 13 Pro is a good handset to invest in, especially as the price has become more affordable. “I bought the iPhone 13 Pro on contract, my first upgrade in more than five years, and after a year of using it I definitely will not be buying the iPhone 14, as there is simply no need. “If looking at how video on the iPhone13 Pro compares to 'older' models then it is all down to its new features, which are slow-mo videos and its updated time-lapse. After using the iPhone 13 Pro for a year I know I have at least another two plus years of good use out of it.” There’s already been some worthwhile iPhone 13 Pro price drops in recent weeks stocked at Curry’s, Vodafone and Tesco Mobile. iPhone 12 Pro Used by Laura Udall I’ve been using my much-loved iPhone 12 Pro for nearly two years now.

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. As a previous owner of the iPhone XR (which was ceremonially handed down to my teenage son when my shiny new iPhone 12 arrived) I was already a big fan of the larger screen size. Offering 5G capability, an A14 Bionic processor, a Super Retina XDR display and a dual 12MP camera system, the 12 Pro takes awesome pictures, loads web pages nice and quickly and is intuitive to use. With 64GB of storage it can just about cope with my incessant need to snap everything and the water resistant design makes it incredibly mum-proof. The only reason I would now consider upgrading to a newer model would be the battery life which is definitely decreasing over time, leaving me feeling like I am always on the lookout for a charger. The iPhone 11 Used by Gemma Sherlock I upgraded to the iPhone 11 in October 2020 which seems like an eternity ago. I opted for that model more than a year after it was officially released (September 2019) . I wanted to hold onto my iPhone 8 for as long as possible but it eventually bit the dust, with the home button and screen crashing every five minutes. The iPhone 11 succeeded the iPhone XR, and it features a 6.1-inch LCD display that Apple calls a "Liquid Retina HD Display. It doesn’t look much different than the iPhone XR but at the time Apple said its glass body was made from the toughest glass ever in a smartphone. Normally iPhones tend to hit their last legs after two years, it’s always been that way for me. Luckily (touch wood) my iPhone 11 64GB is still going strong and still gives me as much satisfaction as it did when I took out the plan with O2. I was particularly excited because the iPhone 11 was said to have a better camera quality than the iPhone 8 at the time, and it does, with Dual-lens camera, and the invention of the live feature on pictures and video. I use this feature a lot, especially when I’m recording videos of my miniature Dachshund, Evie…my camera roll is full of pictures of her. The new colours were also a plus and I just had to go for the purple option. The glass body is showing a tiny crack at the bottom of the handset but this is only minor. The fact that I’ve had no major issues or hairline cracks in the screen two years on is also impressive too (again, touch wood). I do love the 11 model and I can’t see myself upgrading anytime soon, unless something drastic happens. I’m currently waiting for my contract to come to an end so I can opter for a cheaper SIM deal with Smarty or Lebara. You can get the iPhone 11 for a reasonable price, it’s currently £25 a month with O2 on Mobile Phones Direc t or you can buy it direct from Currys for £439 or £16.98 a month . The iPhone X Used by Harriet Morphy-Morris The Phone XS and iPhone XS Max This phone lasted me three years and even when I upgraded to the iPhone 13 Pro last year it still had a couple of years left in it (apart from the screen as I cracked it but the software itself ran really well). The battery life was long-lasting, I was able to install the latest software each year and the new Face ID was incredible at the time and nothing we’d seen before. The standout feature of this model was the upgraded OLED display which made using it a lot better on the eyes. At the time I remember the screen adjusting to different settings and would raise the brightness levels automatically if I went into a dark room for instance. If you think this quality would annoy you this can be manually done in the Settings App instead. As it was released in 2017 new versions of the handset are hard to come by, the original price was around £860 but shoppers can get them for a lot cheaper now. However, refurbished second hand products are available to buy on Amazon and they are a lot more affordable. Prices start at £226 up to £299 depending on the storage size. In my opinion this is an ideal handset to give as a ‘first phone’. It's still new enough to download the latest software (so would still have many qualities of the iPhone 14) but doesn’t have as many fragile cameras at the back. Read Next: I upgraded to the iPhone 14 and here’s what you should know before you buy Best iPhone 13 deals this Black Friday now the new iPhone 14 is here Apple iPhone Black Friday 2022: Everything you need to know about deals and where to buy Apple launches rare Black Friday deals on App Stor

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