The iPhone 14 Pro was really hard to get for a while, but now you can get it right now at a huge discount.
Go to Amazon and you will see iPhone 14 Pro for £1,149, saving £60 or 5%. It’s rare to see SIM-free discounts on current flagship iPhones, so this is a good option to take advantage of while it’s still on.
Since the phone arrived unlocked, you’ll be able to use it on the mobile network of your choice and benefit from the fastest 5G speeds in your area.
Get £60 off iPhone 14 Pro outright
Amazon is currently selling the iPhone 14 Pro (256GB) at a discount. You can unlock it for use on any network for £60 off
- Save £60
- Now £1149
The phone is brand new, comes with 256GB of storage and is available in three colors – Deep Purple, Silver and Black. You can purchase an AppleCare plan separately if you want to insure your phone against damage.
This version of the iPhone 14 Pro has a smaller 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display (compared to the 6.7-inch version of the Pro Max). It’s the first iPhone with an always-on display and boasts a dynamic island that takes Apple’s unpopular “notch” and turns it into a feature that shows contextual information from your favorite apps.
Battery life has been improved with this model and should be enough to last much more than 24 hours. At the same time, the cameras are the best Apple has ever produced in an iPhone. It has a 48-megapixel primary sensor, which is also the largest sensor Apple has ever included in an iPhone.
Our columnist, Reliable reviews Editor Max Parker says iPhone 14 Pro this is the phone you get when you upgrade from an old iPhone.
He wrote: “The iPhone 14 Pro is a great phone, even if it’s not necessarily a huge upgrade over the iPhone 13 Pro. If you’re using an older model – perhaps the 11 Pro or one of the non-Pro phones – then the differences can be stark.
“Dynamic Island is a silly name, but it turns an annoying design feature into something useful, while the cameras are very powerful if you’re interested in pushing them to the limit. The display remains superb, while performance improvements may not show up for a few more years.”