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Apple price hike is a foregone conclusion! 256GB starting iPhone14 Pro pill opening, can you accept it?

Posting time:2023-02-05 05:00:04

Apple price hike is a foregone conclusion! 256GB starting iPhone14 Pro pill opening, can you accept it?

Earlier today, we first reported on the new feature of the iPhone 14 Pro exclamation mark screen, which will be connected to a pill-shaped visual cutout in the iOS system, with the middle part serving as a privacy indicator (using the TrueDepth camera system for facial recognition), Privacy used to monitor which apps are used (green dot for camera and orange dot for microphone). In order to take care of the user's experience, Apple also lists tables in the background of the system, so that you can see which apps are using cameras, microphones, etc. According to the latest forecast from TrendForce, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may start selling directly with 256GB of storage instead of the previous 128GB starting option. According to previous estimates by Tianfeng Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 14 series will be about 15% more expensive than the iPhone 13 series on average, but the higher starting storage options for the Pro models may offset the price increase for customers. The iPhone 13 Pro with 256GB of storage is $1,099, while the iPhone 13 Pro Max with 256GB of storage is $1,199. According to TrendForce, those prices will be about the same as the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max with 256GB of device storage, respectively. TrendForce today also confirmed past reports that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are expected to feature the same 6GB of RAM as the current iPhone 13 Pro, but use the newer and faster LPDDR5 type. Other rumored upgrades for the iPhone 14 Pro models include a faster A16 chip, a new pill-shaped and circular punch hole that replaces the notch, an upgraded 48-megapixel rear camera lens with support for 8K video recording, and front-facing camera autofocus , and the always-on display.

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