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Apple iPhone 14 Pro models are about to come with a major redesign this year. Now, while we are still a few months away from the official launch, there are a bunch of reports hinting at what we can expect from the next iPhone series.

According to the reports, the iPhone 14 Pro models will be launched at a higher price than the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. A tipster has hinted that the Pro and Pro Max models in the iPhone 14 series will be priced higher than expected, and how Apple will justify the premium.

Expected Prices iPhone 14

  • iPhone 14- $799(iPhone 13-$799)
  • 14 Max- $899(iPhone 13 Mini-$699)
  • 14 Pro– $1099(iPhone 13 Pro- $999)

Apple is planning to unveil four models for the 2022 iPhone series. Including the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Pro, the iPhone 14 Pro Max, and the iPhone 14 Max.

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A recently published blog post shared all the details about the pricing of the latest 14 series. The tipster notes that the 14 Max with a 6.7-inch display will replace the 13 Mini. Meanwhile, it will be the differentiating factor in this year’s iPhone lineup, and will be priced $200 more than the iPhone 13 Mini.

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As per rumors and leaks circulating on the internet, the 14 series will come with the A16 Bionic chipset. The chip will merely be a rebranded version of the A15 chip that powers the iPhone 13 series. The rumors suggest that the company is planning to rebrand A15 to A16 because of the global chip shortage. It is said that the Cupertino-based tech giant is struggling to “manufacture all the A16 and M2 chips they need”.

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“Apple and its partners are struggling to manufacture all the A16 and M2 chips they need, and they have to prioritize one of them, and that’s going to be the M2,” read the post by LeaksApplePro.

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