Apple iPhone 8 Plus
Tipped as a monotonous yet sensible upgrade, the Apple iPhone 8 plus continues the Apple legacy of producing killer devices that deliver, always, in the premium flagship segment. It does not even make sense to compare the specs of the iPhone 8 plus, or any other Apple device for that matter, to another Android flagship, because Apple likes to deliver in performance, not on paper.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max
Apple iPhone XR
iPhone XR is not a flagship, but Apple has fitted it with its recent processor and capable camera to make it to the top of the market, though its lower resolution display fails to put it as the best.
Apple iPhone XS Max
The hefty iPhone XS Max is premium-looking and carries all the premium modifications like the great battery and beast-like performance, but the average battery fails to keep up with the other flagship components.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro
Apple iPhone XS
The iPhone XS doesn’t break the mould like the iPhone X. To add to that, it has a weaker battery life, but its camera, design, and performance are best in class.
Apple iPhone 7 Plus
The Apple iPhone 7 plus presents great value and can be considered a great option if you are looking for a ‘cheap’ Apple device. A much better version of the iPhone 7, the 7 plus offers much more improvements than expected.
Apple iPhone SE 2020
Apple iPhone 8
iPhone 8 is not a re-designed iPhone model, but it comes with a new hexa-core processor and wireless charging, though the battery might disappoint.