Leaks say that the latest iPhone 14 Pro models will come with a variety of exclusive updates and more powerful versions. The 14 standard models will also be able to get a pay raise even though they do not have any upgrades over earlier models.
Head of the analyst team Wedbush Securities, Dav Ives who spoke to the Sun stated that the price rise is the result of supply chain problems.
The company believes that the price hike of $100 will be coming to iPhone 14. iPhone 14. The prices have been rising across the entire supply chain and Cupertino must pass on the cost to consumers with this new release He added.
The most recent models are said to cost:
iPhone 14 899 (iPhone 13: $799)
iPhone 14 Max – $999 (iPhone 13 Mini $699)
iPhone 14 Pro – $1099 (iPhone 13 Pro $999)
iPhone 14 Pro Max – $1199 (iPhone 13 Pro Max $1099)
The entry level to the iPhone lineup has been raised between $699 and $899. Additionally, the $100 addition on the basic model will cause a lot of harm. The 30 percent increase in the entry price has occurred because Apple has decided to add the iPhone 14 Max model instead of the mini models.
iPhone 14 Pro Max – 160.71 x 78.78 x 7.85mm
iPhone 13 Pro Max – 160.8 x 78.1 x 7.65 mm
While the differences are minor, they are not enough to dispel a widely held opinion that Apple would be using the same chassis for the iPhone 14 Pro models as their predecessors. The speculation will soon increase regarding what the changes will be.
My guess is that the new primary camera that has a 48-megapixel resolution that is only available on Pro models is a major factor. However, the possibility that bigger batteries are responsible for the increase is not likely due to the leak of capacity. Leak season is completely in full swing.
A chasm like this would trigger an actual shock. It could also be difficult to sell. In the past, Apple has kept its previous generation iPhones for sale at cheaper prices following their successors’ release.
If Apple continues to do this then opting for a practically similar iPhone 13 or even iPhone 13 Mini (which could cost as affordable as $599) is a no-brainer.