A new report suggests that the starting price of the upcoming iPhone 14 model could be the same as iPhone 13 launch price and will not come with a mini, pocket friendly verson. .
The iPhone 14 series event which is expected to take place in September this year is said to cost $799 in the US.
A new report suggests that the starting price of the upcoming iPhone 14 model could be almost the same price as the iPhone 13. And this time around, there won’t be any mini version. Apple is said to introduce a new Max variant, which could be positioned between the standard and iPhone 14 Pro model.
Apple isn’t planning to increase the price of its iPhone 14 series in order to attract more customers and make more sales despite high inflation and chain constraints. This was according to a post from user “yeux1122” on the Korean blog Naver. The post claims that the decision has been taken by “top executives” at Apple because of stagnation in the global smartphone market and a decline in demand.
Apple is yet to reveal the official price and other details of the iPhone 14 series, which is expected to happen next month. The company is tipped to announce the new set of iPhones on September 13. After the launch event, Apple will likely slash the price of the iPhone 13 series, similar to what happened with iPhone 12 series in 2021.
According to some of the features which have already been leaked online ahead of the said launch event, The iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Max are said to draw power from last year’s A15 chipset, whereas the Pro models will likely pack the new A16 SoC under the hood. The non-Pro models are tipped to offer the same dual rear camera setup that we saw on the 2021 variants, but the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are said to feature the new 48-megapixel triple rear camera setup.