After all the news and hype, the newcomer iPhone 14 Plus is finally available for purchase through Apple Stores and authorized retailers across the internet.
The device comes with a US$900 price tag even though you can also finance the payment at US$37.45 every month (price is before any trade-in discounts).
Even though the device is now available in the US, some regions are not going to be getting the iPhone 14 Plus just yet (until next week).
Regions getting the iPhone 14 Plus today include Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, Spain, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, the US, and more than 30 other regions.
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While regions that will get the device on Oct. 14th are Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and 20 other regions. Lastly, countries like Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico will get the device by Oct. 28th.
If you remember, the iPhone 14 Plus is a total replacement or should I say a revamp of the previous iPhone 13 Mini which is now being discontinued in favor of the bigger 14 Plus.
The device sports a 6.7-inch OLED display similar to what you get on the iPhone 14 Pro Max. It however has a base 60Hz refresh rate compared to the 120Hz on the more expensive 14 Pro Max.
The move by Apple to distinguish between its mid-range and its high-end devices is now clearer. The base iPhone 14 and 14 Plus looked similar to the previous iPhone 13 in every way.
Compared to the iPhone 14 Pro/Pro Max which exchanged its notch in favor of a pill-shaped hole cut-out that houses the device’s front-facing camera and its FaceID sensor. It also has some cool software features around its pixels called Dynamic Island.
Even though new, analysts who got through with pre-orders of the device think the 14 Plus isn’t as popular among consumers compared to the more expensive “Pro” models which is true considering the fact that the high-end models offer cooler specifications and the new shining toy called Dynamic Island.