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Is Apple’s Cheaper Big Screen iPhone Worth Buying?

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The new iPhone 14 Plus is between the vanilla iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Pro Max, but is it worth buying the big screen iPhone? Previously, Apple only had one model with a large screen: the Pro Max. However, the problem with the model was the price, as not everyone who wants to buy an iPhone can spend more than a thousand dollars.



In 2020, Apple experimented with a new iPhone 12 mini model, but it didn’t turn out well. That’s why Apple came up with the iPhone 14 Plus, a phone that delivers the classic iOS experience on a larger screen and saves customers a few hundred dollars. While the regular iPhone 14 is available for $799, Apple has priced the iPhone 14 Plus for $899.

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The Apple iPhone 14 Plus is a new model that replaces the mini iPhone variants. First, the iPhone 14 Plus comes with a large 6.7-inch Super Retina XDR display with a typical maximum brightness of 800 nits and a peak brightness of 1200 nits for HDR content. The display also has a resolution of 458 pixels per inch and supports True Tone and Wide Color. However, iPhone 14 Plus does not support the ProMotion display, a feature exclusive to the Pro iPhones even in 2022. To give you an idea, the dimensions of the iPhone 14 Plus are very similar to those of the latest iPhone 14 Pro Max. , and the display is identical to the iPhone 12 Pro Max.


iPhone 14 Plus: performance, camera and battery life

Under the hood, the newcomer to the iPhone range has the A15 Bionic released last year. Normally, Apple comes with a new chipset every year, but the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus will not get an upgrade. Nevertheless, the A15 Bionic has been the benchmark against which all other mobile processors are compared since it came out. Therefore, performance should not be an issue on the iPhone 14 Plus. Speaking of the cameras on the iPhone 14 Plus, there are no surprises here. The cheaper, large-screen iPhone has a dual camera system on the back: a 12MP (f/1.5) primary sensor with sensor-shift optical image stabilization and a 12MP (f/2.4) ultra-wide-angle lens.

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