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Deals: iPhones are £100 off, this time including the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max

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Amazon UK has dropped £100 off the prices for the entire iPhone lineup (except the SE). A while back there was a similar price drop, but it only covered the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus – this time the two Pro models are discounted as well.

Starting with the iPhone 15 Pro Max, the base 256GB model is over a thousand pounds even with the discount. But iPhones were never cheap, the Pro Maxs least of all. Still, it's the best Apple phone ever made at least until this September.

The small iPhone 15 Pro is among the more compact flagships and with a starting storage capacity of 128GB it does come in at under a thousand quid, though you probably want to go up to 256GB just for peace of mind.

If you’re not among those lamenting the death of the small phone, you can go big on the cheap (well cheaper) with the iPhone 15 Plus. If the rumors are true, this will be the last time that the Plus has the same screen size as the Ultra. Same resolution too, though the panel is running at only 60Hz. The Pro Max also has a tele camera and a faster chipset, but both offer amazing batter life.

The next Pro will get bigger too, at least that’s the unofficial info. For now, though, the iPhone 15 is the same size as the 15 Pro. Like with the Plus, it lacks modern conveniences, but it is cheap. Note that the 128GB model is discounted by more than £100, but we’d still recommend going for at least 256GB.

You might want to consider the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus, which are £100 cheaper than their 15-series counterparts. That’s the cost of a storage upgrade too, though these older models don’t have a USB-C port (they have Lightning instead) and no Dynamic Island (notch instead). Worse, the main cameras have only 12MP sensors.

We beak away from the Apple lineup to check out this Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra offer. It’s a 256GB model in Lavender and it goes for only £950. Fair warning, though, there are very few units left. This comes under the Galaxy S24+ price (12/256GB is £1,000 on Samsung.com).

Early rumors claimed that Google will hike up the price of the new Pixel a-phone, but the latest leak suggests that in the US the Pixel 8a will be $500, the same price as the 7a when it first launched. There’s still a chance that Europe might see a price increase – we’ll find out on May 14.

The Pixel 7a, meanwhile, is down to £330 and this is with a 30W charger bundled in. The 8a promises a better chipset (Tensor G3) and 7 years of software support (the 7a has only 2 OS updates left). That said, it will be a while before the 8a falls below the £450 starting price if indeed it keeps the same launch price as the 7a.

For context, the Pixel 8 is down to £570 for a base 8/128GB unit. We’d hold off on getting the Pixel 8 as it sounds like the 8a will offer very similar hardware at a lower price.

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