The iPhone 14 now costs $100 less than it used to. But the iPhone 15's new features more than justify going with Apple' latest phone.
Our UK phones editor has been using Android phones for the past 12 years, and the iPhone 15 doesn't have enough to make him switch back to Apple.
There's a lot to like about the iPhone 15, since it packs in features previously reserved for Apple's premium handsets. But it's still missing two big things, our managing editor for mobile argues.
Apple needs to stop making iPhones that are so similar to each other, and mix up its line-up a bit more.
For the second year in a row, Apple has released an iPhone Plus model. And like its predecessor, the iPhone 15 Plus doesn't stand out from the crowd.
iPhone 15 is the first Apple phone to have a USB-C port, but the whole switchover from Lighting is disappointing. And that feels deliberate.
Here's the case to make the iPhone 15 Pro Max your next smartphone — and why you should consider other options.
Thinking about buying an iPhone 15 Pro? There are plenty of reasons why you should. Thinking about skipping this device? There's an argument to be made there, too.
The iPhone 15 has a lot going for it, but it still might not be the right phone for some people. Here's what we like and what we don't about the iPhone 15.
The iPhone 15 launch likely means the iPhone 13 mini is dropping out of Apple's iPhone lineup. And that's a bummer if you're a fan of small phones like our managing editor for mobile.
A few weeks after the Apple iPhone 15 launch, Google will host a phone event of its own. There are a few things Google could learn from the iPhone 15 rollout if it wants the Pixel 8 to be a success.
Prices are likely going up on the iPhone 15 Pro models. For that reason, Apple really needs to keep the cost of the iPhone 15 the same as last year's entry-level model.
The iPhone 15 promises plenty of improvements, but our managing editor for mobile is most intrigued by how Apple might boost the battery life on the 6.1-inch models.
We're expecting plenty of new products to appear at Apple's September 12 event. And we've also got some questions about the iPhone 15 and more that we're hoping Apple answers.
Will Apple have a One More Thing announcement at the end of its product event on September 12? If it does, there's one likely candidate to steal the show.
With the iPhone 14, Apple started using different chipsets for the standard and pro models. It's rumored to be doing the same thing with the iPhone 15 — and that's bad news.
Our managing editor for mobile has been working with iOS 17 all summer long. And while there are no major issues with the update, some features are taking time to get used to.
The iPhone 15 Pro Max may debut as the iPhone 15 Ultra instead. But it's going to take some impressive features to live up to that kind of name.
Not everyone's going to upgrade to the iPhone 15 when it arrives next month. And here are a few reasons why that's the right call to make.
Swapping the mute switch for an action button marks the start of a new era for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
The iPhone 14 is one of the best phones you can get. But there are some key ways that Apple can make the iPhone 15 even better.
Apple could launch the iPhone 15 with USB-C, but rumors that it'll put restrictions in place have me worried.
I can live with the iPhone 15 Pro getting a price hike, but Apple would be crazy to do it to the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus.
iOS 17 adds the ability to download maps for offline use. Our managing editor for mobile put the updated iOS 17 Maps to the test to find out more about how offline maps work.
Our managing editor for mobile thinks the iPhone 15 is shaping up to be a promising upgrade based on the rumored improvements to Apple's entry-level flagship.
One limitation keeps StandBy mode from fulfilling its potential, and it's the fact that you need an always-on display to enjoy the iOS 17 feature to its fullest.