Apple iPhones

Apple iPhone Models:
iPhone 15 Series (2023)
iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max: The latest iPhones feature the new A17 Bionic chip, offering unprecedented performance and efficiency. The Pro models boast a new titanium frame for added durability and reduced weight, along with a ProMotion display for smoother scrolling. Improved camera systems include advanced computational photography features and enhanced low-light performance. Dynamic Island continues to evolve, providing a seamless interaction experience.
iPhone 14 Series (2022)
iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max: These models feature the A16 Bionic chip (Pro models) for outstanding performance. The Pro models introduce the Dynamic Island, a new interactive area for notifications and activities. Enhanced camera systems with Photonic Engine technology significantly improve low-light photography. The Ceramic Shield front cover offers improved durability.
iPhone 13 Series (2021)
iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max: Powered by the A15 Bionic chip, these models offer exceptional battery life, brighter displays, and advanced camera capabilities, including Cinematic mode for professional-quality video recording. The Pro models feature ProMotion technology for a smoother user experience.
iPhone 12 Series (2020)
iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max: The first iPhones to support 5G, featuring the A14 Bionic chip. All models come with OLED displays, and the Ceramic Shield front cover offers four times better drop performance. The Pro models include LiDAR scanners for improved AR experiences.
iPhone SE (2nd Generation) (2020)
iPhone SE (2nd Gen): A compact and affordable option with the A13 Bionic chip, a 4.7-inch Retina HD display, and Touch ID. It provides the power of the iPhone 11 in a familiar design, perfect for those who prefer smaller devices.
iPhone 11 Series (2019)
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max: Featuring the A13 Bionic chip, these models offer significant camera improvements, including Night mode for stunning low-light photos. The Pro models introduce the triple-camera system, offering Ultra Wide, Wide, and Telephoto lenses.
iPhone XS Series (2018)
iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR: With the A12 Bionic chip, these models deliver powerful performance and efficiency. The XS and XS Max feature OLED displays, while the XR offers an LCD display in a variety of colors. The camera systems are enhanced with Smart HDR for better photo quality.
iPhone X (2017)
iPhone X: Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, it introduced the OLED Super Retina display, Face ID, and the A11 Bionic chip. The edge-to-edge display and the notch design set a new standard for future iPhones.
iPhone 8 Series (2017)
iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus: Featuring the A11 Bionic chip, these models introduced wireless charging and a glass back design. The True Tone display and improved cameras with Portrait Lighting (8 Plus) were significant upgrades.
iPhone 7 Series (2016)
iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus: Powered by the A10 Fusion chip, these models are water and dust resistant. The 7 Plus introduced dual cameras with optical zoom and Portrait mode, and Apple removed the headphone jack, pushing towards wireless audio solutions.
iPhone SE (1st Generation) (2016)
iPhone SE (1st Gen): Combining the compact design of the iPhone 5s with the power of the iPhone 6s, this model features the A9 chip and a 4-inch display, making it a favorite for fans of smaller phones.
iPhone 6S Series (2015)
iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus: These models introduced 3D Touch for pressure-sensitive interactions, Live Photos, and the A9 chip, providing enhanced performance and new ways to interact with the device.
iPhone 6 Series (2014)
iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus: With larger 4.7 and 5.5-inch displays, these models featured the A8 chip, improved cameras, and introduced Apple Pay for convenient mobile payments. The design was slimmer and more rounded.
iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C (2013)
iPhone 5S: Introduced Touch ID, the A7 chip with 64-bit architecture, and an improved camera with True Tone flash.
iPhone 5C: Offered as a colorful and more affordable option, featuring the same internals as the iPhone 5 but with a plastic casing available in multiple colors.
iPhone 5 (2012)
iPhone 5: Featuring a larger 4-inch display, the A6 chip, LTE support, and a thinner, lighter design with an aluminum casing. It also introduced the Lightning connector.
iPhone 4S (2011)
iPhone 4S: Introduced Siri, Apple's virtual assistant, and featured the A5 chip for improved performance and a better camera with 1080p video recording.
iPhone 4 (2010)
iPhone 4: Marked a significant design shift with a stainless steel frame and glass front and back. It introduced the Retina display and the A4 chip, setting a new standard for smartphone design.
iPhone 3GS (2009)
iPhone 3GS: Focused on speed and performance with the S standing for "speed," featuring a better camera, video recording capabilities, and the introduction of the Voice Control feature.
iPhone 3G (2008)
iPhone 3G: Added 3G connectivity for faster data speeds and introduced the App Store, allowing users to download third-party apps and significantly expanding the functionality of the iPhone.
iPhone (1st Generation) (2007)
iPhone: The original iPhone revolutionized the mobile phone industry with its touchscreen interface, multi-touch gestures, and integration of phone, iPod, and internet communicator. It featured a 3.5-inch display and a 2MP camera, setting the foundation for future smartphones.
Each generation of the iPhone has brought new advancements in design, performance, and features, making it a leader in the smartphone market. Whether you're looking for the latest model or a more affordable option, PhoneSwap Store offers a wide selection of new and used iPhones to meet your needs. Explore our inventory and find the perfect iPhone for you today!