New iPhones are scheduled to launch this year, and everyone is talking about them. A shocking price has been revealed for the phone by Apple. The iPhone 14 series is also known for its high price tag.

It has been reported that the iPhone fourteen could cost $100 more than the iPhone thirteen (roughly Rs.7,400). The iPhone 14 MAX and iPhone 14 Pro could also differ by $100, according to leak reports. The production costs differ greatly. An upcoming iPhone image that has been shared by a developer has also been exposed as fake. The top of the book has a pill-shaped cutout. Apple may introduce Face ID on the iPhone with a hole-punch cutout at the bottom of the display, according to recent rumors.

A special feature of the new iPhone series

The smartphone's price is leaked by tipster 'LeaksApplePro'. A tweet was posted with the details. Approximately Rs 59,000 will be charged for the iPhone 14. A price of $ 899 (Rs 66,400) will be the starting price for the iPhone 14 Max. $1,099, approximately Rs 81,200, will be the starting price of the iPhone 14 Pro. It will cost about Rs 88,600 for the top-class iPhone fourteen Pro Max. A fourteen-inch iPhone Max, however, has not yet been announced. The iPhone 13 lineup does not include such a model.

iPhone 13 vs. upcoming iPhone

Apple's iPhone 13 Mini costs $699 (Rs. 51,700). Starting at $799 (Rs. 59070), the iPhone 13 costs $799. Apple's iPhone 13 Pro starts at 999 rupees (Rs. 73850), and it's iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at 1,099 rupees (Rs. 81250).

A pill-shaped cutout may be included in the new iPhone

An additional tweet was posted by developer Jeff Grossman. Among the images he posts, there is one with a pill-shaped hole-punch cut-out and a mock-up image of the iPhone 14. It has already been reported or leaked several times. A hole-punch cut-out design is reportedly being planned for the iPhone lineup. It was also mentioned in March last year by famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Aside from this, reports indicate that Face ID will also be used for the Apple iPhone 14 series display.


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