New iPhones get announced every year, but there’s always someone who scoffs and says Apple is selling last year’s iPhone in a new color at a new price. With the iPhone 14, though, unless you’re looking at the iPhone 14 Pro, that person is not entirely wrong.
A Departure From Normal iPhone Releases
With the introduction of the iPhone X as Apple’s very first bezel-less device, Apple’s lineup has been relatively simple to follow. Apple offers regular flagship phones, with aluminum builds and standard specifications, and “premium” flagship phones, with bleeding-edge features and a more premium build quality. The former phones are marketed to regular iPhone users, while the latter ones are marketed to enthusiasts and folks who don’t mind paying more to get the very best.
We saw that in 2017, when the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus were the “phone for everyone,” and the iPhone X was the ultra-premium flagship. The pattern repeated itself in 2018 with the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS, and XS Max. Things got a little clearer in 2019 when the iPhone 11 was introduced alongside the iPhone…
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