Apple is planning a cheaper and bigger iPhone 14

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Information has been secured about the iPhones that are due to appear in 2022.

Apple is planning a cheaper and bigger iPhone 14

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Photos of the iPhone 13 models have just leaked. Now information about the iPhone 14 has surfaced. According to the often correct analyst Ming-Chi Kuo , the iPhone 14 series will consist of 4 devices.

So there will be 2 cheap and 2 expensive models . Each row has a 6.1-inch and a 6.7-inch device.

The cheap, large iPhone is said to cost under $ 900

That would be new to Apple. Up until now, it was always said with iPhones: the bigger, the more expensive. According to Kuo, the cheap 6.7-inch device will cost less than $ 900.

It would be the cheapest large iPhone that has appeared so far. The iPhone 12 Pro Max with a 6.7-inch display is currently priced at $ 1,099 . The 6.5-inch iPhone 11 Pro Max also cost $ 1,099 when it launched.

Stronger camera and a fingerprint scanner in the display

Kuo believes the iPhone 14 will sell well due to the following factors:

  1. A fingerprint scanner that is integrated in the display
  2. The low price of the 6.7-inch iPhone
  3. A camera upgrade to 48 megapixels for the high-end models

A cheap, large iPhone makes perfect sense for Apple, since smartphones with large displays are still very popular. With Android devices, there is a wide selection here, including inexpensive mid-range devices. At Apple you always had to buy the most expensive model if you wanted the largest display.

While an iPhone with a 6.7-inch display would still be $ 899 more expensive than a mid-range Android device of the same size, it would be cheaper than a Samsung S21 + , for example. In the US, this Android smartphone with a 6.7-inch display cost $ 999 to launch.

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