In a few hours Apple presents the new generation iPhone. A total of four new smartphones will be shown, including the new iPhone 14 Plus which will take the place of the Mini-series. Numerous previews have been released in recent weeks, yesterday even an image of the presentation itself appeared, which will be broadcast on a delayed basis this evening after pre-recorded broadcast.
A doubt remains: how much will they cost?? Analysts are very divided on this, but an interesting report from JP Morgan has recently come out.
Let’s make a premise: the generational spurt will not be exactly the same between the two product lines. The ‘essential’ models – iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus – will introduce a number of improvements and innovations that are quite limited, to the point that even the processor will be identical to that of the iPhone 13. Different story for iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, which will mount a new camera, bids farewell to the notch and also introduces the always-on display mode for the first time.
Based on this information, analysts at JP Morgan state that the two “essential” iPhone 14s will be offered at the exact same price as the previous generation, while the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will have a slightly higher price tag than the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max. JP Morgan, at least it’s not so unbalanced that it anticipates the magnitude of the increase from last year. All that’s left is to wait until tonight to know the truth.
Source: Lega Nerd