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Don't Buy the iPhone 15
Out now in the New York Sun: why USB-C isn't enough to warrant the upgrade.
“the only major change that comes with the iPhone 15 is that last year’s perfectly good 14 range will be significantly less desirable to the average, misinformed consumer.
And, as all the tech press said last year when they tested the 14 ran
ge — which I agree with from my own testing during this period — it was a great phone, taking all the new features of the 13 but in a more polished software experience, with better battery life. That’s still true today; only, it’s now less desirable, and thus less expensive.
So, if your iPhone is getting old and it is time to upgrade, Apple has made the choice easy this year; buy a refurbished version of last year’s iPhone 14 Pro. It’s almost the same phone, for a meaningful discount.”