The iPhone 14 remains a good buy if you’re looking for a formidable flagship with a pocket-friendly design. It features an improved camera system that delivers better low-light performance and a faster and brighter TrueDepth camera with autofocus. On the video front, there’s a new Action mode for super steady footage.
Add in some handy safety features like crash detection and Emergency SOS via satellite, and you have a strong contender. But should you buy the iPhone 14 or wait for the bigger iPhone 14 Plus? Or you should splurge for the more advanced iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max?
iPhone 14 specs
|Row 0 – Cell 0||Row 0 – Cell 1|
|Display||6.1 inches (2532 x 1170 pixels, 60Hz)|
|Storage||128GB, 256GB, 512GB|
|Cameras||12MP wide (f/1.5), 12MP ultrawide (f/2.4), 12MP front f/1.9|
|Colors||Midnight, Purple, Starlight, Product red, Blue|
|Battery life||9 hours 28 minutes (5G web surfing)|
|Size||5.78 x 2.82 x 0.31 inches|
The iPhone 14 is on sale now and has a release date of September 16. The starting price for the iPhone 14 is $799 / £849 / AU$1,399 for the base 128GB model. You can step up to 256GB for $899 / £959 / AU$1,579 or 512GB of storage for $1,099 / £1,179 / AU$1,899.
Availability for the standard iPhone 14 is currently good, with only the expected delay between ordering and shipping. Demand for the Pro models is high though, although Apple’s now apparently trying to produce more Pros to keep up by halting regular iPhone 14 production.
Be sure to check out our iPhone 14 deals page to make sure you get the lowest price on the new iPhone, and our iPhone 14 delivery date guide to see when you can expect to see your phone if you buy it right now.