iPhone 14 expected to start from $799, no mini model

The iPhone 14 range will start from $799 when it launches next month.

The rumor mill has been going into overdrive in recent months as analysts receive information from their sources on the new models, and it’s now believed that Apple will officially drop the iPhone mini and replace it with a new iPhone Max.

The price point of the standard iPhone 14 is set to remain the same as last year’s model at $799, despite Apple’s costs increasing. It’s thought that “the top executive level” made the decision to keep the prices the same because of the “stagnation of the global mobile phone market and declining demand.”

Apple previously offered the cheaper iPhone 13 mini which started at $699. Removing this model from the line-up effectively means that the cheapest model is now $799, though as always, you can purchase an iPhone SE or an older device. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Max are expected to start at $899, and the Pro Max at $999.

Apple is expected to introduce a number of new features to the Pro and Pro Max models this year, including a premium finish, a new processor, a new design with pill cut-out, and a LiDAR scanner. The standard iPhone 14 and 14 Max will reportedly keep the same form factor as the iPhone 13 with some minor changes.

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