The iPhone SE (2020) is one of the most affordable iPhones on the market, starting at just $399. For that price, you get a phone with Apple’s latest A13 Bionic processor, allowing you to enjoy all the same features and performance of Apple’s more expensive models. The only downside of the iPhone SE is its lack of a face ID scanner and its relatively small 4.7-inch display.
If you’re willing to spend a bit more, the iPhone XR is another great option. Starting at $499, it’s still relatively affordable while offering a larger 6.1-inch display and Qi wireless charging. The trade-off is that it uses an older A12 processor, so it’s not quite as powerful as Apple’s more recent models.
Finally, if you’re looking for the best possible value, take a look at the iPhone 11. It starts at $599 but includes Apple’s latest A13 processor as well as a larger 6.1-inch display. You also get dual cameras with 2x optical zoom and improved low-light performance, making it ideal for photography enthusiasts.