iPhone 14 rumors are now coming more briefly than before as there is only one month left for its launch, and now, for the first time, a report showed up that suggests a price freeze for the starting models.
This report comes from a Korean leaker named Landsk, who also suggested many other leaks in the past. Besides, he has good authority on the Korean website Naver.
iPhone 14 Starting Price Might Be Same As iPhone 13
As we all know, Apple has faced many challenges in the supply chain and production delays in China due to the lockdown in the country.
And because of these problems, many sources suggested that the company might increase the price of the iPhone 14 series. Even Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman also said, “we see some prices for iPhone 14 series.”
But now, according to Landsk, iPhone 14’s base model will cost you $799, and the price bump is expected for other models such as iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, which are coming with many new features.
It makes a lot of sense because, as we get information from the beginning, Apple wants to make many differences between Pro and Non-Pro models. Besides, the non-pro models come with last year’s A15 bionic chip.
Even recent reports suggested a performance boost, but compared to the A16 chip, it is less powerful, so it seems great that its pricing will be the same as iPhone 13’s base model.
Separately, last month, the industry folk, Dan Ives from Wedbush Securities, reported to The Sun, “We believe a $100 price increase is coming for the iPhone 14.” This means the iPhone 14 could cost you $899.
And the iPhone 14 Pro could be priced at $1,099, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max could cost you $1,199, which is higher than ever.
Still, these all are just assumptions based on facts, and Landsk also mentioned that “The accuracy of iPhone-related rumors in the U.S. is over 90 percent,” so we can rely on them.