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Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max Price Leak Suggests $100 Increase

It’s official: Apple’s iPhone 14 design options have not been the most controversial changes in the iPhone range however, their new price is. It appears that they’ll have a global effect…

After Apple’s drastic earnings projections in the past, Senior Apple analyst Chris Caso has disclosed (via 9to5Mac) that iPhone 14 prices — initially predicted to increase in the US have now been predicted to rise across the world and sales could suffer because of it.

“Fears are that Apple may need to raise prices in local currency when new products launch in the fall, if exchange rates don’t change by then,” Caso said. Caso. “When that’s happened in the past, rising local prices have a negative effect on unit demand.”

This is in line with what we have learned. For the US, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max prices are anticipated to rise by $100 to $1099 and $1199 respectively. The iPhone 14 Max, is the bigger-screen successor to iPhone 13 Mini and retails for $699.99. iPhone 13 Mini ($699) is expected to cost $300 more than its predecessor.

However, can price increases really reduce the ever-growing desire for the latest iPhones? Together with the information that has been leaked regarding iPhone 14 models, yes. iPhone 14 range, absolutely. Regarding style, schematic leaks for iPhone 14 Pro models have revealed a polarizing new display with a cutout and sharp corners. However, the biggest risk is Apple’s decision to provide more distinction between Pro as well as non-Pro models making it impossible to upgrade to the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max this year.

A departure from tradition, Apple will give both models the A15 chip from last year’s iPhone (also included in the iPhone SE for $429 iPhone SE), the cameras from last year, 60Hz displays as well, and a visually similar design. In addition to being the iPhone 14 Max screen size, It will be difficult to differentiate the standard iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 models indistinguishable. They’re not announcing upgrades and, in particular, when paired with higher prices.