There is plenty of choice when it comes to smartphones, almost too much in fact. Chances are if you are reading this feature however, you have at least narrowed your options down to the iPhone.
So as you have discarded Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry, as well as the other lesser-known options in favour of Apple, we are here to help you decide which iPhone is best for you.
Apple offers the iPhone SE, the iPhone 6S, the iPhone 7, the iPhone 6S Plus and the iPhone 7 Plus, so which one is the one for you? Let us explain the differences to help you figure out which you should spend your cash on.
Apple iPhone SE
The Apple iPhone SE is the cheapest way to get your hands on an iPhone, despite being one of the newest in the line-up. It succeeds the iPhone 5S and like its predecessor, it will be the perfect device for some because its smaller size has the potential to make it a more practical option.
The iPhone SE has a 4-inch Retina display with a 1136 x 640 pixel resolution making it quite a bit smaller than its siblings. It measures 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6mm and it weighs just 113g so it's the smallest and lightest iPhone available.
Storage wise, there are 16GB and 64GB models available. This is something to consider if you take a lot of snaps or download a lot of apps. Colour options are silver, space grey, gold and rose gold, while the battery life is claimed to offer up to 14 hours talk time.
You'll find an 12-megapixel rear camera with all same features as last year's iPhone 6S including 4K video recording, a True Tone flash and Live Photos. The front-facing camera has a lower resolution than the iPhone 6S at 1.2-megapixels but it does offer the Retina flash like the iPhone 6S. Touch ID and NFC are also both on board the iPhone SE meaning Apple Pay support, something which the replaced iPhone 5S didn't offer.