Which of the Seven iPhone Offerings Should You Choose?

The iPhone has laid out quite a challenge for loyal Apple customers in 2021. Apple is selling seven iPhone models this year, putting your decision-making capabilities to the challenge. It's difficult enough for most iPhone loyalists to crush the temptation to buy a new version each year. Now with so many choices, it is even more so. The releases come fast, furious, and are full of amazing features and functions.
Do you know what Apple has in store for you this year? Let's take a look at all the offerings to see what works best to give you the most iPhone gratification this year.

What Are the Seven iPhones Available in 2021

The Apple team has been busy over the past few years, coming up with all kinds of innovations tailored to your needs, based on fans' feedback and the brand's endless focus on innovation. Not all seven iPhone offerings this year are new and hot out of the factory. Many are recent editions still available from fall 2020 and are full of possibilities for the most dedicated iPhone owners. That means several of them are available at attractive price points, and spring is a great time to take a second look at these classics, suggests Tom's Guide.
Regardless of your motivation for buying a new iPhone, you need more information about what's available, so here's what you'll find.

iPhone 12 Pro Max

Fall 2020 was probably one of the tenser release seasons in Apple history. PC Magazine notes that the world was still on pins and needles regarding the uncertainties of COVID-19. No one in the industry could guess how a nervous public might receive a $1,000 and up iPhone release during a pandemic. Fortunately for Apple, they were able to present the iPhone 12 Pro Max as part of the solution for a weary public, touting this smartphone as having the longest battery life of any iPhone, ever. From that point forward, it's a tougher sell to people trying to save where possible in case another lockdown might happen.
Here are some top iPhone 12 Pro Max features and functions:
  • 6.7-inch screen size
  • A14 Bionic processor
  • 12MP wide camera, 12 MP ultrawide, and 12MP telephoto
  • 6GB/128GB, 256GB, 512GB of RAM and storage, respectively

iPhone 12 Pro

With this model, you still get a Pro iPhone, but you don't have to break the $1,000 barrier by too much. The differences between this offering and the Pro Max are somewhat minimal. The Pro shares the A14 Bionic chipset, which is lightning fast and compatible with 5G technology and capabilities, regardless of your mobile carrier. Like the Pro Max, this model augments the three rear cameras with a LiDAR sensor to improve photo features. The main difference is the slightly smaller size at 6.1-inches.

iPhone 12 Mini

As the name suggests, the iPhone 12 Mini features a smaller screen at 5.4-inches. It also features slightly smaller storage RAM and overall storage threshold, featuring 4GB RAM and a maximum of 256GB of storage. Otherwise, it offers most of the same features of the full-size iPhone 12 models, including the A14 Bionic processor and 5G capabilities. As a matter of fact, many industry pros love the iPhone 12 Mini because of its refreshing design that easily fits in the palm of your hand. Minor drawbacks include slower charging and overall battery life, but they're not deal breaker issues for most. At $699, people are loving this iPhone since it does so much of what the larger phones do at a budget-friendly price.

iPhone 12

With the iPhone 12, you can enjoy some top features of the iPhone Pro at a better price of around $899 ($200 less than the Pro Max.) You still enjoy the bulk of the features and functions of the iPhone 12 Pro Max and Pro models, giving up some RAM and storage, respectively coming Win with 4GB RAM and topping out at 256GB of storage and battery life. Otherwise, it's a fine alternative to the more expensive full-size series 12 models.

iPhone 11

As an older generation release, the iPhone 11 still works great as an excellent smartphone for your needs and beyond. Even better, it costs older generation prices at $599 while still offering a great array of features and functions, such as a 6.1-inch screen and the A13 Bionic processor that gives you plenty of power and a sleek design.

iPhone SE 2020

The low-cost compact smartphone made a comeback after four years off the shelves, and people loved and still love it. The 4.7-inch retina screen and A13 Bionic process put this iPhone version ahead of its time on its return outing. At $399, this iPhone is a deal, and you'll love all the features of this fun, functional, and affordable smartphone.

iPhone XR

The iPhone XR is another of the budget-friendly iPhone offerings that won't break the bank, ringing up at $499. Much like the iPhone SE 2020, you won't feel like you're making any huge sacrifices while staying in the Apple smartphone family. It features a 6.1-inch LCD screen, the A12 Bionic processor and terrific battery life.

Are You Ready to Decide on Which iPhone to Buy in 2021?

While the iPhone is offering you an array of options, they aren't making it easy for you to decide with a list like this one. If you'd like more information on these models, or which ones are eligible for an Upsie smartphone subscription warranty that includes accident protection, contact the Upsie customer service team to learn more.

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