You might not be aware that since the 2017 debut of the iPhone X, Apple has continued to price its high-end versions at $999. This includes the most current iteration of the iPhone 14 Pro (the iPhone XS Max is still priced at $1,099, while the Pro Max starts at $1,099). According to securities expert Jeff Pu, the iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max will defy this unofficial “tradition” this year. According to his source, Apple was under more financial strain due to the titanium frame, A17 Bionic Processor, higher RAM capacity, solid-state buttons, and periscope optical zoom lens of the iPhone 15 Pro/Pro Max.
It does not seem strange that this adjustment will ultimately be implemented in the U.S. market, Apple’s main market, given that the company frequently raises the price of its flagship phones in places outside of North America. This time, the expert said nothing about whether the price of the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will increase at the same time. The 14/14 Plus begins at $799 and $899, respectively, in the North American market.
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The technical specifications of the iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max have recently been reviewed. The iPhone 15 Pro Max is smaller than the iPhone 14 Pro Max in both height and breadth, according the specifications. The iPhone 15 Pro Max, meanwhile, is thicker. It is 5% thicker and features a “smart island” design. Recent CAD renderings show that the Pro Max’s camera bump won’t be as noticeable as first thought. It will be 0.59mm shorter in height than the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Previous renderings showed that the Pro models’ bodies had a metal frame. The display’s edge is thinner than the glass back panel’s edge, which features a glass edge with a slight curve to produce a more seamless transition with the frame. It has several similarities with both the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro and the new M2 MacBook Air.