Best iPhone Deals
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Wireless carriers are offering aggressive iPhone deals this February on nearly every model, including the iPhone 15. Check out our top picks:
iPhone deals at wireless carriers
- AT&T: Save up to $1,000* on iPhones with installment plan & eligible device trade-in*
- Verizon: Save up to $1,000* with trade in, new line required
- Cricket: Get the iPhone 11 for $49.99* or the iPhone 12 for $99.99* when you bring your number and activate a $60/mo plan
- Xfinity Mobile: Get up to $700 off select Apple phones
- Mint Mobile: Get 6 free months with select iPhones and a 6-month plan
- Red Pocket Mobile: Save $200* on any iPhone with $200 rebate
- Visible: Plans as low as $25.81/mo on iPhone 15 plans
- Trade-in: Lock in the best price with your Apple trade-in *Terms and conditions apply. See site for details.
Price comparison shopping
To find the best prices on iPhones, it pays to check for Apple iPhone deals offered by wireless carriers in your area. From BOGO promotions to free phones with eligible trades, there are a variety of sales that can save you money. Below are easy ways to view the limited-time promotions at leading wireless providers. Please be sure to check the terms and conditions pertaining to each offer on the specific retailer's website.
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iPhone accessory coupons
While coupons typically don't exist on the phones themselves, there are a number of promotional code discounts available on accessories. Below is a roundup of the best accessory deals on iPhone cases and chargers:
Which iPhone should I buy?
When choosing your next phone, you likely have a few ideas in mind already about what your priority is. Apple has the most complex phone lineup they've ever had, and it can be difficult to make a choice based on price or specs alone. Here we break down each device series, and what standout features might drive you to that particular model to help choose between the best iPhone deals.
iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max
The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max share most of the same features minus one — the larger 6.7-inch Pro Max model has a 120mm tetraprism lens. That upgraded camera is equivalent to a 5x zoom from the Main Camera, replacing the previous 3x zoom still present on the 6.1-inch Pro model.
Apple's A17 Pro processor is the first built on the 3nm process and benefits from features like hardware ray tracing. Gaming performance is improved alongside other general speed boosts.
The external frame is now built with titanium instead of stainless steel, which makes the device much lighter to hold. The Lightning port has been traded for a USB 3.0 Type-C port, plus there's a new Action button that replaced the mute switch.
The always-on display shows a dimmed version of the wallpaper, the clock, widgets, and Live Activities. It is slowed to 1Hz to keep battery consumption to a minimum, and the display only turns off completely when face down or in a pocket.
Apple added more camera options to the Main Camera to allow users to choose between 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm focal lengths. Capture higher dynamic range photos at 24MP photos with the new higher default resolution setting.
The iPhone 15 Pro starts at $999 for 128GB of storage, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max starts at $1,199 with 256GB of storage. They come in four colors: black, white, blue, and natural titanium.
iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus
The standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus got a substatial set up upgrades, bringing the models closer to the iPhone 14 Pro. Apple included the Dynamic Island on all models, plus it got the A16 Bionic processor.
The Main Camera is upgraded to a 48MP sensor that captures high-contrast 24MP images in a new default higher resolution.
Apple also replaced the Lightning port on the standard models. It is a USB 2.0 Type-C port with data and charging speeds identical to Lightning.
The iPhone 15 starts at $799 for 128GB storage, while the iPhone 15 Plus starts at $899 (but the price whittles down substantially with the best iPad deals and incentives at the top of this page). The device ships in five colors: blue, pink, yellow, green, and black.