Did Apple really screw up the iPhone 14 Plus?

Did Apple really screw up the iPhone 14 Plus?

With the release of the iPhone 14 last month, one of Apple’s most surprising decisions was ditching the iPhone mini and introducing a larger iPhone Plus. The iPhone mini was a nice little device for anyone who still wanted a phone they could fit in a small pocket, and it was also cheaper. The iPhone Plus is neither of those things.

The newest member of the family is simply a slightly larger version of the iPhone 14. With a 6.7-inch display, it’s 14mm taller, 6.5mm wider, and 30g heavier. But it seems people don’t think it’s worth paying an extra $100/£100 for those extra millimeters. We cannot say that we are surprised, but is there something more complex? Whatever model of iPhone 14 you’re looking for, be sure to check out our selection of the best iPhone 14 prices and the best iPhone 14 cases.

iPhone 14 Plus phones on a white background

Apple has reportedly scaled back production of the iPhone 14 Plus (Image credit: Apple)

It was always going to be a tough time to launch a new product with a higher price tag, which makes Apple’s decision to introduce the iPhone 14 Plus strange. As consumers tighten their belts due to inflation, Apple has scrapped the cheaper iPhone mini and introduced a new, larger iPhone. At $899/£949, the iPhone 14 Plus costs $100/£100 more than the standard iPhone 14 and just $100/£150 less than the iPhone 14 Pro.

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