Several reports earlier this year said the cheapest iPhone 14 Pro models might pack 256GB of storage. That’s twice the flash memory of the base iPhone 13 Pro and the kind of upgrade many iPhone buyers would appreciate. That storage tier just came up again in a new research note from an analyst, who said that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max might be $100 more expensive than their predecessors.
The price estimate is in line with most iPhone 14 reports out there. They all say the cheapest iPhone 14 will start at $799. But the most affordable Pro model will be $300 more, at $1,099. Again, that’s $100 pricier than the iPhone 13 Pro.
The iPhone 14 will be the first generation where the non-Pro and Pro models do not share the same specs. A combination of factors might have led to this decision. Inflation drove up prices for goods, and lockdowns impacted manufacturing and logistics.
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