Good News for all the iPhone lovers Apple will not hike the price of new iPhone 14Updated: September 12, 2022 08:44
If you are excited to buy an upcoming Apple iPhone and you are an iPhone lover then you have Good news. Many sources are claiming that the new iPhone 14 series that is going to be launched on 7th September globally will not get the price hike. The starting model iPhone 14 will be available at $799 (Rs 64,000 in India). As we have seen in the previous iPhone models of 12 and 13 has a huge price difference, although we all know that the features are almost the same in both the models but then also we have seen such a huge price difference in launch price.
We have no clue what is gone wrong with the company they suddenly changed their mind not to hike the price of their latest upcoming iPhone 14 smartphones. I think Apple is also afforded by the recession coming in on the global basics. Every company is preparing on their fronts according to some reports that I have read.
As before Apple use to increase $100 with the upgradation of the generation it doesn't matter whether the new generation offers some new exciting feature or not. But this time the company is very much conscious of the price they might be affordable of failing this new iPhone 14 because of the global crises and inflation.
If this is the only reason why Apple is not increasing its price, then not only Apple we all have to worry about it.
Although the company will not have any negative impact on its revenue even I think it will go to improve its performance after taking a decision, not a price hike.
Talking about the leaked specs of the all-new iPhone 14 series that will carry the latest Apple A16 Bionic chip that brings better performance than the previous iPhones.
Apple's special launch event has been scheduled on September 7, 2022.
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