Bright Times News: The cost of the future Apple iPhone 14 series could be nearly identical to that of the iPhone 13’s launch price. The beginning price of the forthcoming iPhone 14 model may be close to Rs 80,000, claims a recent report.
A small version of the newest iPhone series might not exist, though. Apple is most likely to release a new Max model in place of the Mini model, which might be positioned between the regular and iPhone 14 Pro models.
According to a recent post on the Korean blog Naver by “Yeux1122,” despite rising inflation and chain restrictions, Apple will not raise the price of its iPhone 14 series to promote sales and draw in more users.
MacRumors was the first to notice this post. According to the post, “senior executives” at Apple decided as a result of the stagnant and diminishing demand in the worldwide smartphone industry.
According to the latest rumors, the iPhone 14 would probably cost $799 (about Rs 63,200 in India) in the US. However, the price of the device is anticipated to increase given that it would be subject to GST and import tax fees in India if it is released there.
Additionally, Apple typically exchanges $1 for $100. The same will be true for the Indian market, though, as the US price is the same as the iPhone 13 series from a year ago. Therefore, the pricing of the iPhone 14 may be close to Rs 79,990, which is what the iPhone 13 costs in India.
The exact price and other information about the iPhone 14 series have not yet been disclosed by Apple. On September 13 of next month, the business is anticipated to introduce the iPhone 14 series. After the release of the iPhone 14, Apple will also lower the price of the iPhone 13 series, just as it did with the iPhone 12 series in 2021.
We have heard a lot of rumors and leaks about the new iPhone 14 series before the introduction. The A15 CPU from last year will power the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14, Max, while the Pro models are anticipated to include the new A16 SoC.
The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to come with a new 48-megapixel triple rear camera arrangement, while the non-Pro model is anticipated to have the same dual rear camera setup that we saw on the 2021 edition.