iPhone 15 Pro Max The most expensive mobile phone produced by Apple right now. The materials that make up the top level cost around US$558 (R$2,820 in direct conversion). Information taken from the site Nikkei.

All iPhone 15 models is more expensive than the previous generation, predicts the site. The price difference is between 8% and 16%; iPhone 15 Pro Max is the most expensive. The top-end is 12% more expensive than in 2022.

Most of this difference must be on camera: iPhone 15 Pro Max’s 5x optical zoom tetraprism periscope sensor It is approximately 380 times more expensive than the iPhone 14 Pro Max componentpoints to the website.

The smallest difference is on the iPhone 15 Pro, which, according to estimates, costs $523 (~R$2,450) to assemble. Approximately 8% more expensive than iPhone 14 Pro. Meanwhile, the material cost of the iPhone 15 Plus will be $442 (~R$2,240).

On the other hand, the biggest difference in production costs is experienced in the iPhone 15. Nikkei estimates that the standard model requires US$423 (~R$2,140), Approximately 16% more expensive than iPhonea 14.

What makes the iPhone 15 more expensive?

Differences in construction and hardware across the family should be the main factors in the price difference. In addition to the A17 Pro and A16 Bionic processors available in the family, the display with Dynamic Island, the housing with USB-C port and the 48 MP main camera should be more expensive.

On average, production cost difference is around 12%.

What will the iPhone 16 be like?

There is no information yet about the iPhone 16. However, TSMC’s 3nm process is expected to be more efficient, which will reduce the production cost of future high-end A18 CPUs.

Source: Tec Mundo

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