Find out everything you need to know about Apple and its amazing iPhone devices below. From the best iPhone features to which network to go for, we’ll help you decide on a deal and model to go for.
Known and loved across the world, Apple is one of the biggest brands out there, producing amazing quality tech and smartphones. The California based mega-brand gives us innovative and market leading iPhone devices, packed full of amazing and easy-to-use features.
Which network should I buy my new iPhone on?
Should I buy my iPhone on EE?
If you buy your new iPhone deal on EE, you can get free Apple Music for six months, along with MTV Play. That’s all your entertainment needs sorted! Plus, as standard on EE Essential Plans, you get to enjoy EE’s fastest 4G data speeds, not to mention roaming in 48 EU destinations.
Should I buy my iPhone on O2?
With O2 you get lots of plan benefits that would make your choice of network even more worth it. On all O2 plans you get access to Priority app, which you can download for your iPhone, making you one of the first in line for music, sport and entertainment. There’s also worldwide roaming on selected plans, as well as award-winning 4G coverage in the UK.
Should I buy my iPhone on Three?
On Three plans over 12GB, you can enjoy Go Binge benefits including data-free Netflix streaming. Easily use your iPhone abroad too, in over 70 countries. Oh, and if you're a heavy data user across lots of different apps and features, why not go for an unlimited plan so you can stream, surf and socialise as much as you like.
Should I buy my iPhone on Vodafone?
With Vodafone Red Extra plans, you can enjoy inclusive roaming in 48 countries. On a Red Entertainment Plan, you’ll receive additional benefits, such as roaming in an extra 29 countries, a choice of entertainment package with the likes of Spotify, Amazon Prime Video and Sky Sports TV on offer.
Which iPhone is the one for me?
You’ll quickly fall in love with the look and feel of Apple’s latest devices, including iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. These iPhone models not only look amazing, they perform too, packing Apple’s best cameras and batteries to date.
Don’t look beyond 2018’s iPhone editions, in iPhone XR, iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max. They all feature an all-screen design, handy wireless charging, Apple’s advanced Face ID feature and so much more. Perhaps the top feature, though, across all is the professional-grade camera.
iPhone X (Apple’s anniversary device), iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus boast handy features like wireless charging and innovative Face ID. iPhone X sports an all-screen look and cool features like Animoji and enhanced photography options.
With iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus you can expect the classic iPhone look, with an impressive 12-megapixel camera, sharp 4.7-inch Retina HD display and Apple’s A10 Fusion chipset – for enhanced smartphone performance.
The iPhone features you need to know about
Face ID: All it takes is a look
With Apple’s Face ID, your face becomes your password, giving you quick access to the stuff that matters. It’s super secure too, and even recognises you with a hat or hood. You’ll get this feature on all iPhone devices, from iPhone X to newer generations.
Apple Pay: Easier shopping
No wallet or purse? No sweat. Apple Pay can be your new, super simple shopping assistant. Enjoy secure contactless payments on-the-go, and even use it to pay in stores and online without the need to carry cash or bank cards.
Cameras: Effortless phone photography
Apple devices are all about great photography and video. If you love getting creative or simply capturing holiday memories, you’ll want iPhone to do it for you. With iPhone XR, you’ll get HDR images, Bokeh and Depth Control, enhanced Portrait Mode, and a strong low-light performance.
iOS: It’s super simple
iPhone devices come with Apple’s own iOS user interface, which means models like iPhone XR, come with access to unique features. Memoji literally turns you into an emoji, there’s handy new Group Call on FaceTime, and app usage tracking with the Screen Time app. Apple’s iOS will also be upgradeable as newer versions are released, with newer and enhanced features every time.
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