If you're looking for the lowest iPhone 14 prices, we've got good and bad news for you. First the bad. As the latest iPhone was only released in September 2022, the idea that you're going to be able to get a really low price on the handset is optimistic unless you go for a trade in. The base iPhone 14 has a $799/£749 starting price on the cheapest model with 128GB storage.
A good bet for the best iPhone 14 prices is to check the best iPhone 14 deals on contracts. These are generally dependant on trading your old handset, or being a new customer to a network. Scroll down to see the best current iPhone 14 prices in your area.
Once you've bought your phone, make sure you protect it with one of the best iPhone 14 cases. And you might also want to see our guide to the best Apple deals in general. And if you want an earlier, cheaper iPhone, you can also check our page on the best iPhone XR deals, the best iPhone 11 deals, and the iPhone 13 Pro prices.
Chief among the upgrades offered by the iPhone 14 is the A16 processor that was actually featured in last year's iPhone 13 Pro and the better low light photography that Apple promises. As far as design goes, it's the same (classic) look that we personally love.
Price-wise, the iPhone 14 starts at $799 in the US, which is the base price that both the iPhone 13 and the iPhone 13 came as, so we're impressed by that! The most up-to-date iPhone at a price unaffected by inflation? Yes please!
For more details, see our full iPhone 14 review.
The best iPhone 14 prices: contracts and handsets
When is the iPhone 14 released?
The iPhone 14 is out now, having gone on sale on 16 September. It can be bought direct from Apple or through the usual third-party retailers or through phone carriers.
What's the difference between iPhone 14 and iPhone 13?
For the difference between these two phones, you'll have to look under the hood. The design of both the 13 and 14 are very similar to our eyes, which is no bad thing as we love the aesthetic. Inside, however, the iPhone 14 has more in common with the iPhone 13 Pro, with the same suped-up CPU.