There are many factors to consider when buying a new phone, but for most people the crucial element is the price. Are you willing to shell out over $1,000 on the latest and greatest flagships? Perhaps a $400 mid-range champion takes your fancy? Or maybe you want something under $200 that simply gets the job done.
The iPhone XR was number one
Apple continues to funnel in the money
Apple is doing well in its second-largest market
Why didn't you just say that the first time?
TechSpot's guide to the best smartphones is meant to highlight the stuff that matters, making it easier for you to buy the best device possible at your desired price point, from $200 to over $1,000.
The lower price and naming scheme has likely contributed to the result
The biggest innovation inside the new iPhone is a small chip
Scratch it, drop it, dunk it, bend it
Apple churns out another winner
Apple hasn't had much luck with wireless charging
A spec-by-spec comparison of Apple's mainstream iPhones
Apple's iPhone 11 Pro isn't diet-conscious
The successor to the iPhone XR is better, faster, and cheaper
A faster processor, better camera, improved display, longer battery life and more