The Apple iPhone continues to revolutionise and lead the way when it comes to mobile phones. Here’s how to pick the right iPhone for your needs and find the best deal.
Whether you’re looking for the latest Apple iPhone 13 or seeking a cheaper Apple mobile like the iPhone SE, our iPhone pages can help you quickly find the best iPhone deals in Ireland.
Simply click the iPhone you fancy to find out more about features, costs and which networks offer the best Apple deals.
Apple is developing its range of iPhones all the time to bring you innovative features and ground-breaking tech. We take a closer look at Apple’s most recent additions: ###iPhone 13
The iPhone 13 series of handsets is the newest in the iPhone range, going on sale in Ireland in September 2021. All the iPhone 13 phones have a new diagonal design camera, updated A15 bionic chip and improved battery life.
Like they did with the iPhone 12 range, Apple has made four different iPhone 13 handsets.
|Model||Screen size||Build||Battery life||Cameras||Extras|
|iPhone 13 mini||5.4”||Aluminium||17 hours video playback||Dual 12MP cameras, 2x optical zoom|
|iPhone 13||6.1”||Aluminium||19 hours video playback||Dual 12MP cameras, 2x optical zoom|
|iPhone 13 Pro||6.1”||Stainless steel||22 hours video playback||Pro 12MP camera system, Telephoto, 6x optical zoom||120 Hz ProMotion, LiDAR Scanner, 1TB storage|
|iPhone 13 Pro Max||6.7”||Stainless steel||28 hours video playback||Pro 12MP camera system, Telephoto, 6x optical zoom||120 Hz ProMotion, LiDar Scanner, 1TB storage|
The iPhone 12 range, went on sale in October 2020 and all handsets are 5G, boast a powerful A14 Bionic chip and have the new flat-edge, classic design.
The iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max offer LiDAR scanner tech which breaks new ground for handheld augmented reality to improve gaming, apps and low light photography.
|Model||Size||Camera||Music Playback||Video Playback||Max Memory||Price from|
|iPhone 12||5.4”||Dual, 5x zoom||50 hrs||15 hrs||256GB||€929|
|iPhone 12 mini||6.1”||Dual, 5x zoom||65 hrs||17 hrs||256GB||€829|
|iPhone 12 Pro||6.1”||Triple, 10x zoom||65 hrs||17 hrs||512GB||€1,179|
|iPhone 12 Pro Max||6.7”||Triple, 12x zoom||80 hrs||20 hrs||512GB||€1,279|
Get a new iPhone 12 64GB for €149 and then €60 a month. Superfast 5G.
The iPhone SE is the second generation iPhone SE and was released in April 2020.
Despite the low cost, Apple’s budget device, the iPhone SE is powered by iPhone 11’s superfast A13 Bionic chip. It’s now available from just €499 on Apple’s website but if you need more memory, the 256GB retails at €669.
Prefer to spread the cost? It’s worth visiting our iPhone SE bill pay page to see what some of Ireland’s top mobile networks have to offer.
The iPhone 11 range was released in September 2019 and there are three phones in the series, although only the standard iPhone 11 is still on sale in Ireland:
All phones in the iPhone 11 series come with a dual-camera system, Face ID and a superfast A13 smartphone chip.
You could consider buying a pre-owned iPhone handset, even one that’s been discontinued but refurbished. Find out more about refurbished phones in our guide.
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No, you can’t get a brand new iPhone 8 on bill pay, but Tesco Mobile is now offering refurbished iPhone 8s with a bill pay deal.
No, the iPhone 11, 12 and 13 range do not come with AirPods. You’ll need to use your existing headphones or purchase some new ones. Most wireless headphones or earbuds will be compatible with your iPhone.
To clear the cache on your iPhone you need to:
Simply find the app and press and hold the icon. A pop-up menu will then appear with these three options:
Tap delete app to remove it from your iPhone.
There are two main ways to unlock you iPhone, you can either:
You can find out more about how this works by reading our guide: How to unlock your mobile phone.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are no longer available on bill pay plans in Ireland, but you may still be able to buy a SIM-free or refurbished handset in some shops.
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