Report: Apple iPhone 14 Launch Price May Be the Same as the iPhone 13 Price.



According to a blog post by a user on Naver, the iPhone 14 could be released for the same price as the iPhone 13 when it first debuted last year. Despite supply chain issues and price increases, the decision was apparently made by "senior executives at Apple." The new cellular modem and revamped internal design of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, which are rumoured to be powered by last year's A15 Bionic SoC rather than the A16 Bionic SoC, could give them a performance gain over the prior iteration.

Price of Apple's iPhone 14 (rumoured)

According to a blog post by user "yeux1122" on Naver (in Korean), initially discovered by MacRumors, the iPhone 14's starting price is rumoured to be $799 (approximately Rs. 63,200). It is important to remember that the iPhone 13 was introduced in September of last year for the same price.

The decision was made by Apple's "highest executives," according to the blog post, which cites an unnamed big US financial institution, despite persistent inflation and supply chain problems. The decision was allegedly made due to a fall in demand and a stagnant global smartphone industry. Despite elements that can boost the price, the basic model's pricing is said to remain fixed. Apple is yet to officially announce any details of the purported iPhone 14 series, including pricing.

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max are tipped to offer some overall performance improvements as the smartphones feature new cellular modem and a new internal design, according to a recent report.

Both the non-Pro models are reportedly going to be powered by last year's A15 Bionic SoC, although, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max Pro will be powered by the A16 Bionic SoC.

According to a report, Apple may also be having problems with the iPhone 14's rear camera lenses' quality. According to reports, the tech giant purchased the camera lenses from a company called Genius. The report also mentioned "coating-crack quality concerns" with these lenses. The company is said to have already transferred the order to another firm, while the supplier attempts to resolve the issues.

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