The price of the iPhone 14 has just been revealed by a source, so here are the prices in France for the four models.
Apple made an appointment with its public this Wednesday to present the next iPhone 14 and the three variations that should follow. We are talking here about the iPhone 14, 14 Max, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max. The four models will be available in France a few days after the presentation as is the case every year.
In all likelihood, the iPhone “mini” should no longer be part of it, which failed to win the hearts of enough customers to be extended by Apple. Still with four models, the apple brand intends this year to mark a real divide between the “classic” products and the two much more upscale “Pro” models.
According to a source contacted by the specialized site iPhon.fr, we can assure you that the price of the upcoming iPhone 14s will therefore be as follows. The iPhone 14 in its classic configuration should cost 1029€ in 128GB. Count 100€ more to offer you the Max version. As for the “Pro” models, the price increase is even more visible: 1279€ for the iPhone 14 Pro and 1379€ for the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
All for phones with 128GB storage versions. The price can go up to €1,729 for the iPhone 14 Pro Max with 512GB. While that price may seem huge, it’s the same price range as the latest Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4. Except that the iPhone 14 Pro Max is not folding.
The teams ofiPhon.fr have complete confidence in this source who was able to give this exclusive information, but above all to prove his statements with documents which could not be revealed in the article to maintain the anonymity of the source.
The iPhone 14 Pro: will the announced revolution take place?
For several months, rumors have been rife about the new generation of smartphones from Cupertino. All analysts today agree that the device bought this year and will undoubtedly be the iPhone 14 Pro. The phone is expected to ditch the iconic notch for a more discreet “pill” system.
As for the rest of the phone, it should be entitled to an all-new A16 processor. This chip should also be reserved for the “Pro” and “Pro Max” models, the “classic” phones that will be presented by Apple this week should keep the same A15 chip as the iPhone 13 released last year.
Finally, the iPhone 14 Pro should be entitled to a brand new OLED panel. The latter will be able to have an adaptive refresh rate that goes down to 1Hz. With this very low rate, Apple could set up “always-on display” as is already the case on Apple connected watches since the Apple Watch Series 5.