iPhone 15 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro: the key differences

The iPhone 15 line – that's the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max – are Apple's latest and best smartphones. They rank among the best iPhones ever made, each offering features that trump their respective predecessors and maintain Apple’s status as mobile manufacturer supreme.

But these new phones don't represent upgrades in every way. Particularly in the case of the iPhone 15 Pro, there are a lot of similarities to the iPhone 14 Pro.

So, with that in mind, we've crafted this comparison, looking at what's changed and what hasn't, both in terms of their specs and the experiences we had in our iPhone 15 Pro review and our iPhone 14 Pro review.

iPhone 15 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro: specs comparison

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The iPhone 14 Pro (Image credit: Apple)

Below we'll look in detail at the key aspects of the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro, but if you just want a simple specs comparison, you'll find that in the following table.

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iPhone 15 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro: specs
iPhone 15 ProiPhone 14 Pro
Display:6.1-inch OLED6.1-inch OLED
Resolution: 1179 x 2556 pixels1179 x 2556 pixels
Refresh rate:Adaptive 1-120HzAdaptive 1-120Hz
Chipset:A17 ProA16 Bionic
Rear cameras: 48MP (main), 12MP (ultra-wide), 12MP (telephoto with 3x optical zoom)48MP (main), 12MP (ultra-wide), 12MP (telephoto with 3x optical zoom)
Front camera: 12MP12MP
RAM:8GB6GB
Storage:128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB
Battery:3,274mAh3,200mAh

iPhone 15 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro: price and availability

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The iPhone 15 Pro starts at $999 / £999 / AU$1,849 (Image credit: Future | Alex Walker-Todd)

The iPhone 15 Pro hit stores on September 22, 2023, and the starting price is $999 / £999 / AU$1,849. That's for 128GB of storage, but there are other models too, topping out at $1,499 / £1,499 / AU$2,749 for 1TB.

As for the iPhone 14 Pro, that starts at $999 / £1,099 / AU$1,749, which again gets you 128GB of storage. At the top end, it costs $1,499 / £1,649 / AU$2,599 for 1TB.

So, it's available in the same configurations as the iPhone 15 Pro, and for the same price in the US, while in Australia it costs slightly less, and in the UK it costs slightly more.

Or at least, it did at launch. With the arrival of the iPhone 15 line, Apple has discontinued the iPhone 14 Pro, so we don't have any officially reduced pricing for it, but you can expect stores to sell it for less than the iPhone 15 Pro. Though, at the time of writing, we can't see it for much less, and it may soon be hard to find new.