The title of this conversation may seem pretty self-explanatory but there are a few important questions you will need to ask yourself before you can actually make a decision on which iPhone is best suited for your specific needs. While we could position the conversation to focus on the latest iPhone that would be counterproductive so what we are going to do is cover some of the key items you should address when trying to select the right iPhone.
Establishing a Budget is Key
The initial question that has to be looked at is what are you capable to spend on the iPhone, if you are taking a subsidized iPhone then you will need to think about whether the terms of that deal is conducive with your budget. Another important question you will need to ask yourself is whether you want to purchase a new iPhone or save a little money by investing in a previously owned model. This is a matter of personal preference so we cannot tell you which is the best however a previously owned model does not usually have the same warranty that a new unit would provide.
How Many High Quality Photos Do You Take
Another very important question that will need to be addressed is how many high quality pictures you want to take and how detailed you want them to be. If you are a professional photographer or want to have top tier quality photos than the iPhone 7 is the one you should put on the top of your list. Along with the top quality photos this model is able to capture some really get quality video so it is truly the phone that sets the standard when it comes to taking superior quality images.
Another important consideration is the total amount of battery power the phone can handle, since the iPhone cannot replace batteries you will need to give some considerable thought to the type of activities you are going to do while using the iPhone, the more apps that are running in the background the more power it will drain. The majority of iPhone batteries should last most of the day but not all of them so you should consider using the SE models that will give you an extended battery life without having to sacrifice on the features.
Last thing you will need to think about before you move forward and make the final decision is how much storage the iPhone will need. While the iCloud is great for storing things you will want to be able to access your photos and memories without using up your data plan at the same time. If your budget gives you sufficient room, then you should seriously think about getting the largest amount of storage possible. When you have reach this juncture in the conversation you should be able to select the right iPhone for your needs so now would be an ideal time to conduct your comparison.