How the price of the IPHONE 14 SERIES will change compared to the IPHONE 13 SERIES

Apple uses unreasonably high product prices as one of its tricks. This large margin allows Apple to make a lot of money from iPhone sales and take the largest share of profits in this market. Cupertino fans should expect an increase in prices for the iPhone 14 line.

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Apple announced that the price of a few models of the forthcoming iPhone 14 series was going up. LeaksApplePro, a network insider, announced the news. He stated that the Pro models will not be affected by the price hike. The company will present four models in September. It will include the iPhone 14 Max and iPhone 14 Pro, as well as the iPhone 14 Pro Max. The iPhone 14’s price will be $ 799, which is the same as the iPhone 13.


The iPhone 14 Max will be $ 100 more expensive ($ 899) than its base model and will launch the company’s new lineup. Pro versions will not be affected by the price increase. The iPhone 14 Pro Max can be purchased at $ 1190, while the iPhone 14 Pro Max is available at $ 1099. The price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max will rise by $100, despite the fact that it is more expensive than its predecessors.

Rumors suggest that the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will get a 6.1-inch display. A 6.7-inch panel has been prepared for the iPhone 14 Max & iPhone 14 Pro Max. Smartphones are equipped with an A16 Bionic chip, 6GB RAM, 128/256/512/1024GB flash drive, TouchID return, and a 12MP selfie camera. The main camera also has a 48-megapixel sensor.


Analysts predict that the 2022 iPhones would receive the Apple A16 chipset. This chip will be manufactured according to TSMC’s 3nm process technology. This may not be the case. The Information reports that TSMC faces production problems that could disrupt the mass production of 3nm products.

Engineers familiar with the matter say that the new 3nm processors won’t be available by the time that the traditional iPhone 14 launches. TSMC will likely start making 3nm chips earlier than its competitors. TSMC could lose profits if 3nm products are delayed.

TSMC currently manufactures chips using the 5nm process tech. However, they are also preparing for the launch of N4P technology which is an enhanced version of the 5nm technology. TSMC plans to begin production of chips based upon N4P technology in the second half 2022. We will be able to get more information over the next few months.

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