According to rumors, the base model of the next iPhone 14 will cost $799, the same as the iPhone13. According to a report on a South Korean Blog, Apple would not raise the price of the iPhone 14 series’ base model. The tipster claims that the action is intended to increase the model’s sales. Apple is reportedly making adjustments to deal with the realities of the constrained global smartphone market, according to the source. A prominent US financial institution is cited as the information’s source.
The iPhone 14 will have a 6.1-inchdisplay, just like the iPhone 13 did. The iPhone 14 series is anticipated to launch shortly, and senior management is said to have decided on the pricing of the base model. The supply chain problems and rising production costs have not abated for Apple. At this moment, there is no way to independently confirm the alleged assertions. Apple has a strict policy of pursuing anyone responsible for trade secret leaks.
If Apple prices the iPhone 14 the same as the iPhone 13, there is a precedence. It will be making that call for the second time in a row with this. The retail cost of the iPhone 13 at launch was $799. The iPhone 14 line up consists of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Max and the top-of-the-line 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. The A16 Bionic chipset will power the Pro versions, while the non-Pro variants will continue to use the A15 Bionic processor. For its camera configuration and Face ID capabilities, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will mix a circular punch-hole cutout and a pill-shaped cutout. When Apple releases official information, it will put an end to speculation about the iPhone 14’s pricing.
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