The iPhone is arguably Apple’s biggest hardware product, and at its latest hardware event, the company finally showed off the long-rumored iPhone 14 lineup. There’s a regular and Plus model, as well as Pro versions, but the Mini is officially no more.
The iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus are serving this year as lighter upgrades to last year’s base iPhone 13 phones. The Mini is gone, with the standard iPhone 14 (with a 6.1-inch display) serving as the base model. And if you want to go bigger than that, Apple has brought back the Plus range. The iPhone 14 Plus comes with a 6.7-inch panel, just like the Max range.
Other than that, though, the iPhone 14 is pretty much identical to the iPhone 13. It has an identical design, and even the same A15 Bionic CPU, so it doesn’t bring much in terms of upgrades. It has an updated internal thermal design that allows for better temps than on the iPhone 13, and it also comes…
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