• Meet the 2022 iPhones!



    iPhone 14 & Plus
    6.1 or 6.7 inch Super Retina XDR display with notch
    A15 Bionic chip
    12 MP main & ultrawide rear cameras
    12 MP selfie cam
    128 / 256 / 512 GB storage
    iOS 16
    Colours: Midnight, Purple, Starlight, (PRODUCT)RED, Blue
    iPhone 14 available from 09-16, starts at $799 USD / $1,099 CAD
    iPhone 14 Plus available from 10-07, starts at $899 USD / $1,249 CAD
    Pre-order from 09-09 @ 08:00 Eastern



    iPhone 14 Pro & Pro Max
    6.1 or 6.7 inch Super Retina XDR display with dynamic island (??)
    A16 Bionic chip
    48 MP main, 12 MP ultrawide & telephoto rear cameras
    12 MP selfie cam
    128 / 256 / 512 GB / 1 TB storage
    iOS 16
    Colours: Space Black, Silver, Gold, Deep Purple
    Starts at $999 or $1,099 USD / $1,399 or $1,549 CAD
    Available from 09-16 / pre-order from 09-09 @ 08:00 Eastern

    Sources: Apple USA (1) (2) / Apple Canada (1) (2)

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    Andrew Currie has been blogging about mobile phones since 2001, smartphones (depending on how you define them) since 2002 and smartwatches since 2014.
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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Meet the 2022 iPhones! started by acurrie View original post
    Comments 11 Comments
    1. Barmalei's Avatar
      Barmalei -
      I watched Apple Event and, if I understand correctly, new iPhones will have only eSims. No more actual SIM cards. No SIM card trays.


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    1. jet1000's Avatar
      jet1000 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Barmalei View Post
      I watched Apple Event and, if I understand correctly, new iPhones will have only eSims. No more actual SIM cards. No SIM card trays.

      That is correct. I just called Verizon today to have them move my account from a physical SIM to an eSIM in my current iPhone so that I will be ready to just transfer that setup when I get the new iPhone.
    1. formercanuck's Avatar
      formercanuck -
      That sucks. While I understand its a few pennies in the build, that removes a bit of flexibility on the customer side. I.e. if I crack my phone ... I can't just pull a SIM and stick it into another device. In theory - carrier could block if they wanted to.
    1. zapjb's Avatar
      zapjb -
      Meet the 2022 iPhones!

      No thanks.
    1. tekfranz's Avatar
      tekfranz -
      A lot of the prepaid brands are offering eSim, like US Mobile and Visible make it really easy.

      T-Mobile postpaid is also makes it easy to transfer to eSim.

      Glad I didnít by Red Pocket for my dual Sim.


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    1. i0wnj00's Avatar
      i0wnj00 -
      Nice, it looks like Apple actually brought back the Gold color. I stopped getting the Gold color because it was more like pinkish color and I really loved the Gold colored iPhone's. As for the lack of the SIM tray, I haven't had to use it ever since making the transition to the eSIM.
    1. El DoubleU's Avatar
      El DoubleU -
      Just don't go to amusement parks, esp. roller coasters with an iPhone 14
    1. Bene25's Avatar
      Bene25 -
      Ihad the same choice.
      Quote Originally Posted by i0wnj00 View Post
      Nice, it looks like Apple actually brought back the Gold color. I stopped getting the Gold color because it was more like pinkish color and I really loved the Gold colored iPhone's. As for the lack of the SIM tray, I haven't had to use it ever since making the transition to the eSIM.
    1. El DoubleU's Avatar
      El DoubleU -
      I have the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I will stay with it for awhile. I find it strange that Apple is still using the outmoded I/O port.
    1. LTENetwork's Avatar
      LTENetwork -
      Quote Originally Posted by El DoubleU View Post
      I have the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I will stay with it for awhile. I find it strange that Apple is still using the outmoded I/O port.
      Agreed. New iPhone 14 pro and pro have been in short supply but have been available to savvy customers who check online store availability and buy online and they may have to decide on a different color or storage capacity if the one they want is not in stock at a store that may be further away. Iím passing on the iPhone 14 Pro and will wait for the 15 Pro or later as my existing subsidized phone has another year and also I am not impressed with the 14 Pro over the previous models. The 15 series will finally have usb-c and other changes which will eventually be announced. The iPad Pro line this year was a disappointment. Was looking to upgrade my ipad but the Pro model is missing mini led on the 11Ē or OLED and has other limitations so I am holding off to see what the next years model will offer.
    1. DebiLee's Avatar
      DebiLee -
      I met them and the 256GB Space Black 14 Pro decided to move in. It’s been fantastic. ❤️
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