Always pushing the boundaries of smart design and innovative technology, Apple's iPhone range has been a market leader from day one. Launched in 2007, the iPhone revolutionised the smartphone game and has consistently remained the phone to beat. Each iPhone release raises the bar and gives us something new to get excited about.
If you want to experience the cutting-edge of smartphone technology, the top-of-the-line iPhone 14 Pro Max doesn’t disappoint. It’s packed with game-changing features including a stunning edge-to-edge 6.7" OLED display, a 48MP camera, and the exciting Dynamic Island display feature. All powered by Apple's A16 Bionic processor - the fastest chip yet in an iPhone.
Completing Apple's latest generation iPhone range are the entry-level iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Plus with entry-level features and a Pro Max-sized screen, and the iPhone 14 Pro - a smaller version of the Pro Max.
The iPhone 13 range may no longer be newest kid on the block, but the phones still deliver everything you expect from an iPhone. Choose from the iPhone 13, the 13 Pro and the 13 Pro Max. And if you like your phone to fit neatly in your pocket, the iPhone 13 Mini has all of Apple's covetable features in a more portable 5.4" package.
The current range also includes the iPhone 12, iPhone 11 and iPhone SE - the brand's more accessibly priced models. All offer lightning-fast performance speed, crystal-clear display, impeccable build quality and exceptional camera features - and all at a great price.
Check out our Apple iPhone deals and you'll see the latest iPhone collection is more diverse than ever - with sizes, features and price points to suit a range of needs and budgets. Whether you choose the newest iPhone on the market or the cheapest iPhone deal, you'll be blown away by the qualities that have always set the iPhone apart - flawless, intuitive design, and an impeccable user experience.
An iPhone pay-monthly contract can help you spread the cost of a new iPhone across 24 months, with easy monthly payments that include all the minutes, texts and data that you need. So, you can get the iPhone you’ve been dreaming of without having to pay for it in full upfront. For the best iPhone deals around, browse our range of contract phones.
It’s possible to reset your iPhone settings to their defaults without deleting any of your data or media. In case you want to return to your current settings, back up your iPhone before you start. Go to Settings > General, where you can choose to either Reset All Settings or reset one of the following: Network Settings, Keyboard Dictionary, Home Screen Layout, or Location & Privacy.
iCloud Backup does a daily back up when your iPhone is connected to power, locked, and on Wi-Fi. To turn this on, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud > iCloud Backup. There’s also an option to do a manual back up. Alternatively, you can back up to a Mac or Windows PC.
For iPhone X and later, hold down either volume button and the side button simultaneously. When the power-off slider appears, drag it and wait 30 seconds. To turn your iPhone back on, hold down the side button until the Apple logo appears.
If your device is unresponsive, you can try a force restart. For iPhone 8 and later, quickly press and release the volume up button, then the volume down button, then hold down the side button until the Apple logo appears.
To clear the cache in the Safari web browser, go to Settings > Safari, then choose Clear History and Website Data.
If your iPhone is locked to your network provider and you want to move to a different network, contact your provider and request an unlock.
Use Quick Start to transfer your data. Connect your current iPhone to Wi-Fi and turn on Bluetooth. Switch on your new iPhone and place them side by side, then follow the on-screen instructions.
Download the Move to iOS app on your Android device from the Google Play Store. When you turn on your new iPhone, choose Set Up Manually on the Quick Start screen, and on the Apps & Data screen choose Move Data from Android, then follow the on-screen instructions.
To record your screen, you need Screen Recording in your Control Centre - go to Settings > Control Centre to add it. You can then start and stop recording from your Control Centre. The recordings will show as videos in the Photos app.
To take a screenshot on iPhones with Face ID, press and release the volume up and side buttons at the same time. A thumbnail will appear in the bottom left corner of your screen, tap it to edit and share, or swipe left to dismiss it. Your screenshots will be saved in the Photos app.
You can screen mirror your iPhone to an Apple TV, AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV or Mac, using AirPlay. Make sure the devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network, then tap the Screen Mirror icon in your Control Centre, and follow the on-screen instructions.
Documents can be scanned in the Notes app on your iPhone. Create a new note and tap the camera icon above the keyboard, then choose Scan Documents.
To pair your Airpods with your iPhone, first make sure Bluetooth is turned on by going to Settings > Bluetooth. Open the AirPods case and hold it next to your iPhone, then follow the on-screen instructions.
Find the app you want to delete in your App Library, touch and hold the app icon, then choose Delete App.
If you’re not sure which iPhone to choose, have a think about what you use your phone for and what your budget is. Maybe you like to stream movies and TV on the go, so a high-quality screen and unlimited data are what’s important to you. Or maybe you love taking photos but are feeling the pinch, so you’re looking for the best quality camera you can get for your money. Compare our iPhone deals to find the phone and plan that suits you best.