iPhone 14 series is going to be launched soon. September 7 is the launch event of Apple, in which four smartphones of this series can be launched. If you are planning to buy a new iPhone, then you must wait a bit. There are two reasons for this. One is the new iPhone and the other is its price.
Simply put, the new iPhone will be new, which is going to be launched in a week. At the same time, according to the information that is coming about its price, the price of iPhone 14 can be less than the previous iPhone.
In the upcoming series, Apple can launch four models – iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. According to the reports, the price of iPhone 14 will be much less than expected.
Will the new iPhone be cheaper?
iPhone 13 The base variant i.e. 128GB storage variant was launched at a price of $799. The price of iPhone 14 will be $ 50 less in the US market. That is, this phone will be launched at a price of $ 749 (about Rs 59,600).
At the same time, we will not get to see the Mini version this time. Instead, the company can give iPhone 14 Max. Its price can be $ 849 (about Rs 67,600). In view of the rising inflation around the world, Apple will not increase the price of the new iPhone 14 series very much.
Why will Apple launch a new iPhone at a lower price?
Along with inflation, the foreign exchange rate is also increasing worldwide. In this situation the company would like to adopt a safe option. The company can keep the price of iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max higher.
The price of both these handsets can be from $ 50 to $ 100 more than last year’s variants. That is, the price of iPhone 14 Pro can be $ 1049 (about Rs 83,500), while the price of Pro Max can be $ 1149 (about Rs 91,500).
There is another reason to keep the price low. Some time back, it was claimed in the reports that the company can give the old processor i.e. A15 Bionic in iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max.
At the same time, in the Pro series, the company will give a new processor. However, all this information has been given by quoting leaked reports and market analysts. The company has not shared any information on this.