Top 5 iPhones to buy in 2022

Since iPhones are the most common smartphones on the market, lets take a look at the best iPhones you can get this year best on your preferences.

The iPhone is the most popular and widely used smartphone — and maybe consumer product — on the planet, and if you’re looking for a new model, the variety of possibilities may be too much to handle. Although it may be simple to automatically get the most recent model, for some people it may make more sense to purchase an older or alternative model. You may purchase an older phone and still enjoy the most recent Apple features thanks to Apple’s best-in-class software updates.

Here is our tried-and-true recommendations to perhaps provide you more information to help you decide. We also have a combined list of the greatest iPhones 

Best affordable iPhone for most people: iPhone 12

The iPhone 12 is a nice option if you want to save a little money but don’t want the seriously old iPhone SE. The Apple A14 Bionic in the two-year-old iPhone 12 still performs admirably today, keeping at least pace with the majority of Android flagship silicon.

Although the two-year-old iPhone 12 camera system is missing certain interesting features like “cinematic mode” or “action mode,” you still have a strong dual-camera system that takes excellent wide and ultra-wide shots as long as there is enough light. Although both of these lenses will have to switch to night mode more frequently than other 2022 flagship phones when shooting in low light conditions, this is not a deal-breaker for the majority of consumers.

Given that Apple products are often more expensive than alternatives, some readers may not consider the $599 price of the iPhone 12 to be “cheap,” but in this market, that price represents a fantastic deal for a two-year-old iPhone that is still of premium quality.

Best flagship iPhone: iPhone 14 Pro Max

The iPhone 14 Pro Max is the obvious pick if you want the very latest and greatest from Apple. The iPhone 14 Pro Max, on the other hand, offers some significant advances over last year’s 12 Pro Max, in contrast to the iPhone 13 Pro Max. The notch has vanished and been replaced by a cutaway known as the Dynamic Island, which is the first thing you’ll notice. This isn’t just a static hardware component, hence the name. Apple incorporated UI components within and around the cutout so that the Dynamic Island will change in size and shape in response to user action.

Play some Spotify music, for instance, and the dynamic island will show the album image and a tiny music bar that pulses to the beat. If you set a timer, you can see the clock inside the now-long island tick away the seconds. There will be more ways to interact with and play with an app as support for it expands.

The 48-megapixel main camera in the iPhone 14 Pro Max has also been upgraded, and it now employs pixel binning technology to produce brighter, more detailed photographs. For better low light performance, the image sensor size of the ultra-wide camera has also increased. Additionally, a brand-new machine learning method called “Photonic Engine” has been developed to enhance low-light images.

Best iPhone for most people: iPhone 13

The iPhone 13, which is still on sale at the Apple Store, is currently available for less money through stores like Best Buy or Amazon. It is typically approximately $100 less expensive than the iPhone 14. The Apple A15 Bionic chip from the iPhone 13 is still quite potent today, still outperforming any chip found in Android phones, and the 12MP primary and ultra-wide cameras are still very good.

The cameras on the iPhone 13 perform well both during the day and at night thanks to Apple’s computational photography, and they can also produce some of the best smartphone videos. Additionally, the eye-catching Cinematic Mode is included, which produces a somewhat believable fake bokeh in videos.

The iPhone 13 also is rather pleasant to hold compared to the heavier Pro iPhones or the enormous Pro Max iPhones because of its aluminum body with “Ceramic Shield.”

Best iPhone for power users who don’t like big screens: iPhone 14 Pro

The iPhone 14 Pro has a new 48MP primary camera, a bigger image sensor for the ultra-wide camera, and Dynamic Island, which we just discussed in the paragraph above. It also runs on Apple’s most recent, most powerful A16 Bionic SoC.

Another improvement to the iPhone 14 Pro’s video capabilities is its new “Action Mode,” which provides significantly better stabilization. Selfies are another advantage of the iPhone 14 Pro. Apple’s TrueDepth camera can accurately capture your face while applying convincing digital bokeh and realistic portrait lighting. In contrast to some Android brands that can make our skin look plasticky, the iPhone 14 Pro does an excellent job of maintaining realistic skin tones.

With a stainless steel frame and Ceramic Shield glass on the front and back, the construction is of course of the highest caliber. The phone’s sharp edges make it slightly less pleasant to handle, but it is an absolutely stunning piece of technology. The battery life of the iPhone 14 Pro is another advantage. This phone can last you all day on a single charge despite having a 120Hz screen.

Best small iPhone: iPhone 13 Mini

The iPhone 13 Mini is incredibly tiny, not just little. The majority of users should be able to effortlessly reach all four corners of the screen with their thumb and palm the entire device. But don’t be deceived by its delicate appearance. The iPhone 13 Mini still has the same strong SoC made in 5nm, excellent main and ultra-wide cameras, aluminum rails, and Ceramic Shield protection for the display glass panel as the iPhone 13.

Since the camera mechanism is the same as the iPhone 13, you have a dual camera configuration that is highly competent. Switch smoothly between wide and ultra-wide cameras while recording, or point and shoot anywhere and obtain a correctly exposed shot—even in front of harsh lighting.

The iPhone 12 Mini’s battery is a little underwhelming; it probably won’t last you a full 13 hours if you have a busy Saturday, but on a typical weekday when you’re seated at a desk, its endurance is fine.


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