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newecreator t1_jab6mk7 wrote

Your iPhone 12 is good enough for now unless you want a wider aperture of the iPhone 14 / 14 Plus, or that 48 MP camera of the 14 Pros.


dontbipme OP t1_jab8akq wrote

I, see. When is the iPhone 15 coming out ?


chrisdazzo t1_jabave5 wrote

Same literally every single year, September ish


dontbipme OP t1_jabb3ya wrote

Lol is there even a point of getting a new iPhone every year I usually get one every 3-5 years


chrisdazzo t1_jabb71r wrote

You’re probably fine every 3-5 years. Many (like me) just want the latest and greatest, and can afford to purchase


pw5a29 t1_jab8t8s wrote

the iPhone SE 2020 has sensors of the 11, but lens of the 8.


11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max

12 Mini, 12, 12 Pro

12 Pro Max, 13 Mini, 13

13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, 14, 14 Plus

14 Pro, 14 Pro Max

If you currently have the 12, it's around 2.5 leaps


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