Apple recently launched its affordable iPhone SE 3 smartphone and ever since then, there have been new reports about the design and features of the upcoming iPhone 14 Series that is slated to launch in September this year.
Apple iPhone 14 Series will not have a Mini model this time, but the series will include a Max variant in addition to the Pro variants. The Pro and Pro Max models are expected to arrive with a major redesign and it looks like this major redesign will lead to a spike in the prices of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
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iPhone 14 Series Expected Prices
Tipster AppleLeaksPro has published a blog post according to which the iPhone 14 Max with a 6.7-inch display is all set to replace the iPhone 13 Mini model. According to the tipster, iPhone 14 Max will cost around 200 dollars more than iPhone 13 Mini.
Also iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will cost around 100 dollars more than the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max variants. Only iPhone 14 will be priced similarly to iPhone 13. Expected prices of the 4 iPhone 14 Series smartphones are-
- iPhone 14 – 799 dollars (Rs. 60,900)
- iPhone 14 Max- 899 dollars (Rs. 68,500)
- iPhone 14 Pro- 1099 dollars (Rs. 83,700)
- iPhone 14 Pro Max- 1199 dollars (Rs. 91,300)
iPhone 14 Series: What’s new, what’s not?
iPhone 14 Max will be a new model that will be added to the line-up this year, replacing the Mini series. It will be a bigger version of the iPhone 14.
Meanwhile, iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models are expected to see design changes. They are expected to come with a pill-shaped hole punch design to replace the existing notch. Below are some CAD Renders of the iPhone 14 series design.
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Apple is also expected to bring a different version of the Apple A15 Bionic chipset for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max. Only iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are rumored to arrive with A16 SoC. The camera module is also expected to be upgraded.
Since the launch of the yearly iPhone 14 Series is still 5 months away, all this information should be taken with a pinch of salt. We promise to keep you updated with all the latest updates on this.