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iPhone 14 Models Starting Price Reportedly $100 Higher Than iPhone 13

Everywhere and in every sector, there is inflation. So who said Apple wouldn’t charge more for its next iPhone 14 models? In fact, there is a significant issue with semiconductor shortages all around the world. Because of this, many analysts predict that the price of new Apple iPhone models will increase by $100.

Numerous new smartphones, including the eagerly awaited iPhone14 series, will be released in the second half of the year. Therefore, it seems logical that Apple’s enormous factories are operating overtime in order to get ready for the four new iPhones. However, there is a possibility that all of these efforts will result in rising costs.

Would you spend an additional $100 for the iPhone 14?

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Analyst Dan Ives with Wedbush Securities predicted a $100 price increase for the iPhone 14.
With this update, Apple must pass on rising costs to customers as prices are rising across the line.

Samsung increased the cost of producing chips by 20% in May of this year, following other businesses. Several component manufacturers also increased costs for a variety of factors. Apple’s supply chain has had issues as a result of the lockdown related to Covid-19, with suppliers finding it difficult to catch up with manufacturing.

Ben Wood from CCS Insight agreed with Dan Ives that Apple should raise prices, but that decision is entirely up to Apple. According to Wood, “Apple may conclude that raising prices would be counterproductive given the cost-of-living pressures on consumers and the inevitable negative impact on sales.”

By the way, the vanilla (128GB) model will cost $899 as an entry-level model, the Pro will cost $1,099, and the Pro Max will cost $1,199 if the Cupertino-based business increases pricing for the future iPhone 14 models by $100.

It’s also important to note that only the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be available with the newest Apple A16 Bionic technology. The two non-Pro models will continue to use the outdated A15 processor.

It could be a good idea to raise the costs exclusively for the Pro models in this regard.

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