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Your smartphone seems to be failing you and you want to treat yourself to the latest Apple phone, the iPhone 14? Good news, the site of the American e-commerce giant has understood and is offering several models of the brand’s smartphone at a reduced price. Thus, Apple’s iPhone 14 sees the price of its (Product) Red version with 128 GB of storage drop to 959 euros instead of the usual 1,019 euros. Another advantage of ordering it on Amazon’s e-commerce site: you benefit from free delivery and returns of your order and are sure to receive your smartphone before the holidays. And to keep a budget for the upcoming festivities, you can even pay for your purchase in 4 installments for free. Also note that other capacities and colors will also see their prices drop at the end of the year, however delivery before Christmas is not guaranteed for some of these other iPhone 14 models.
With its 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display with ultra-thin bezels, iPhone 14 lets you enjoy every detail of your mobile content and games. You’ll also have no problem running your favorite apps, whether they’re greedy or not. The brand’s latest addition features Apple’s most powerful processor, the A15 Bionic chip, and lightning-fast 5G connectivity under the hood. Nothing will stand against them, not even augmented reality. With up to 20 hours of video playback time and super-fast charging compatibility that recovers 50% of the battery in 30 minutes, your smartphone will never leave you when you need it. Finally, in terms of photos, the Apple iPhone 14 is also convincing with two diagonal cameras: a 12 Mpx main lens and an ultra-wide-angle sensor, supported by several photographic modes to contrast images as much as possible and make more real than nature, even at night.
Click here to take advantage of the Amazon offer on the Apple iPhone 14
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