Apple’s iPhone 14 lineup is currently in the wild, consisting of the base iPhone 14 and the quicker, better capable iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. The negligibly larger iPhone 14 Plus will release in October.
If you already understand that you like to buy one, here are the details: these phones were just released today, Friday, September 16th, with one exception. That’s the iPhone 14 Plus, which will arrive on October 7th.
The iPhone 14 is available to purchase through Walmart, Apple, and Best Buy, commencing at $799 for the 128GB model. Going up to 256GB counts $100, while it’s $1,099 to get one with 512GB of storage. The standard iPhone 14 is also functional for AT&T and Verizon customers at Walmart, with a monthly installment plan of $21.64 and more.
iPhone 14 (128GB)
The standard iPhone 14 is furnished with Apple’s A15 Bionic CPU and a 6.1-inch display and is available with onboard storage ranging from 128GB up to 512GB. The iPhone 14+ with 128GB of storage starts at $899 at Apple, Best Buy, or Walmart and follows a comparable price trajectory for storage upgrades. For example, it’s $999 to double the storage to 256GB, then $1,199 to get a 512GB version.
iPhone 14 Pro
You can hook the iPhone 14 Pro with 128GB of storage for $999 at Walmart, Apple, or Best Buy. More storage configurations are available with this model, moving up to 1TB, which starts at $1,499. The Pro is also open at Walmart in installments at $26.37 monthly for existing AT&T and Verizon clients.
iPhone 14 Pro (128GB)
The iPhone 14 Pro has the same 6.1-inch display as the standard iPhone but has a more impressive 48MP primary camera and is equipped with Apple’s A16 Bionic CPU. The Pro also features Dynamic Island, which reclaims the divisive notch by adding various adaptive functions to the top edge of the display.
iPhone 14 Pro Max
The bigger iPhone 14 Pro Max initiates at 128GB of storage, similar to the smaller iPhone 14 Pro, and can go up to 1TB. Unfortunately, costs aren’t the same due to the dimension difference. This model starts at $1,099 at Apple, Walmart, and Best Buy, running up to $1,599. The Pro Max is also obtainable at Walmart in installments starting at $29.14 monthly for AT&T and Verizon existing customers.
AT&T: For fresh and existing consumers, you can get up to $1,000 off any new iPhone model when you switch to a qualifying device. You’ll have to sign up to spend installments for the phone and receive billing credits for your trade-in over a 36-month duration. Credits will start to appear on statements within three billing cycles.
T-Mobile: Same goes for T-Mobile. You can earn up to $1,000 off any new iPhone model when you trade in a qualifying device for new and existing customers. You’ll have to sign up to spend monthly installments for the phone and obtain billing credits for your trade-in over a 24-month term. T-Mobile asserts that credits start to appear on information within two billing cycles.
Verizon: For new and existing clients, you can get up to $1,000 off any new iPhone model when you swap a qualifying device. You’ll have to sign up to spend monthly installments for the phone and obtain billing credits for your trade-in over 24 months, with credits beginning within two billing cycles.