Coming three weeks after its siblings the iPhone 14 Plus is now available for purchase through Apple Stores, authorized retailers and online. In the US you can pick one up for $900 or $37.45 a month (this is before any trade-in discounts). You can find more pricing details for the whole iPhone 14 series here.
Note that some regions will get the Plus model next week and a few others will get it the week after that, check below for the list.
As for the iPhone 14 Plus itself, it brings a 6.7” display – as large as that of the 14 Pro Max and just as sharp, with the same Ceramic Shield to boot. However, it only runs at 60Hz (instead of 120Hz) and it’s not as bright.
Still, fans of large iPhones are no longer forced to spend Pro Max money and that’s a good thing. Also, Apple advertises the Plus as the iPhone with the best battery life ever and says that the internals were designed for better heat dissipation and repairability.
Analysts looking at pre-order data have reported that the Plus is not particularly popular among consumers, but soon we should have data on actual sales numbers. If you are interested in getting one, you can do so in the following countries:
Available today: Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, the US and more than 30 other regions.
On October 14: Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and 20 other regions
On October 28: Brazil, Colombia and Mexico
PS. we will be reviewing the iPhone 14 Plus, so stay tuned for an in-depth look at the new model.