iPhone 14 Models Will Be At Least $50-100 More Expensive Than iPhone 13

Production costs have grown as a result of the worldwide inflation concerns, and Apple will be forced to pass these increases along to the iPhone 14 series it plans to unveil in September. According to one market intelligence company, these economic shifts won’t be as significant as initially anticipated.

According to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will cost $100 higher than their predecessors. TrendForce, according to 9to5Mac, has a different perspective and thinks users should only spend $50 extra for the premium editions. According to a prior report, the entry-level iPhone 14 will cost $799. TrendForce predicts that the non-Pro versions would be less expensive, beginning at $749.

You should anticipate paying the following for each iPhone 14 model with standard specifications, according to the current projections:

  • iPhone 14 – $749
  • iPhone 14 Max – $849
  • iPhone 14 Pro – $1,049
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max – $1,149

Since both ‘Pro’ variants are reported to only come with the A16 Bionic, quicker, more effective LPDDR5 RAM, a 48MP primary camera, and a ProMotion display, they are more expensive. Consumers will have to pay extra because of all these features. However, even with rising component costs and widespread inflation, the price Apple reportedly asks is still reasonable compared to the iPhone 13 family.

Apple is set to unveil its next flagship iPhone 14 Lineup on September 7. Its “Far Out” event will include the details of the iPhone 14 series and the Apple Watch Series 8. The four distinct iPhone 14 models that are anticipated to be unveiled during the event are the 6.1-inch iPhone 14, 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, and 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. We look forward to the event and will fetch the details for you as soon as it drops. 

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