This year, we might see iPhone 14 price lower unlike last year’s new series prices. For the last two years, Apple has presented four different iPhone lineup variants rather than three. For example, Apple unleashed the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max in 2019. But in 2020, the brand launched the iPhone 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max, and a new iPhone 12 mini. It is also true for the iPhone 13 sequels in 2021. What about the iPhone 14 series? This year Apple is fixed to unleash their upcoming iPhone, the iPhone 14 series. The same is expected for the new four variants. However, rumors point towards a change this year.
Apple has decided to replace a new iPhone 14 Vanilla Max rather than the mini rendition of the iPhone lineup. There have been a lot of rumors circulating online. It is suggested that there will be at least a $100 upsurge in the price of the Pro models. But TrendForce assumes otherwise. According to them, the iPhone 14 will even be $50 more inexpensive than its ancestor. Last year, the iPhone 13 Mini price was $700. But it is no longer a member of the iPhone family. So, the primary iPhone 14 prototype will likely command between $750 and $800.
iPhone 14 Price
However, the two Pro models will see their pricing increase. Some critics suggest a $100 rise, while TrendForce anticipates only a $50 bank. With all these ups and downs in price forecasts, one thing you must know is that these devices have never been inexpensive.
Take a brief look at TrendForce’s proposed price list for the upcoming iPhone 14 series. According to TrendForce, the iPhone 14 Vanilla price will decline from $800 to $750. This brand-new model (iPhone Max) supersedes the mini rendition and will be available for $850. The Pro variant is priced a $1050. That is a $50 price increase over the 13 Pro. The 14Pro Max will also see a $50 increase over last year’s 13 Pro Max, which sells at $1150.
Upcoming iPhone Pro Models to feature Significant Upgrades
If the gossip is true, the Pro variants will have significant updates that the ground models may lack. The pro models will have the boosted A16 chipset, LPDDR5 RAM, the latest LTPO 120Hz display, and a 48MP main camera sensor that can grab 8K videos.