Apple’s iPhone 14 design options aren’t the biggest change in the range, the new prices are. And now it looks like they will have an impact on the world…
Following Apple’s strong profit forecast, senior Apple analyst Chris Caso revealed (via 9to5Mac) that iPhone 14 prices – previously predicted to rise in the US – are now set to rise globally and may get sales as a result.
“[We] Now they fear that Apple may need to increase prices in local currency when new products launch in the spring, if the exchange rate does not change soon,” Caso warned. need for the unit.”
And this is related to what we already know. In the US, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max prices are expected to increase by $100 to $1099 and $1199 respectively and the iPhone 14 Max, the rumored successor to the iPhone 13 Mini ($699), is set to cost. $300 more than its predecessor.
But could prices really rise slowing the historic demand for new iPhones? Combined with what was leaked about the range of iPhone 14, complete. In terms of design, design leaks for the iPhone 14 Pro model have already revealed a new notch display and corners. But the real risk is Apple’s decision to bring a big separation between Pro and non-Pro models by discontinuing the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max this year.
Breaking with tradition, Apple will offer both models of last year’s A15 chipset (which was also used in the $429 iPhone SE), last year’s cameras, 60Hz display and the same optical design. Aside from the iPhone 14 Max’s screen size, it would be hard to tell the difference between the standard iPhone 13 and the iPhone 14. They don’t scream upgrade, especially with the increased price.
My personal feeling is that customer demand for larger screens means the iPhone 14 Max is selling well, but demand for all other products is not very good. The economic situation is something that is outside of Apple’s control, but the forced increase in prices could not come at the worst for the company’s strategy of the risky iPhone 14.
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