This is news Apple fans won’t want to hear: the iPhone 15 will be more expensive than the iPhone 14. Luckily for them, this isn’t confirmed yet and hope remains. Except that the majority of tech analysts and journalists have been insisting for weeks that the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will be more expensive, with prices rising by $100 to $200 in the United States. . If the pricing logic is respected, prices in Europe will also rise and the iPhone 15 Pro would approach 1500 euros while its big brother Max would exceed them. It’s a lot of money, but today it’s the lot of high-end smartphones which all or almost all start at more than 1000 euros.
The iPhone 15 at the same price as the iPhone 14
And as bad news never comes alone, we learned that these iPhone 15 Pros would not be available at the end of September, as initially planned. Well, not completely. Logically, the iPhone 15, which will be presented during a keynote in Cupertino on Tuesday September 12, should be available for purchase on Friday September 22. For a time, there was talk, as was sometimes the case with certain iPhones, that the iPhone 15 Pro models would only be available in October. They should ultimately be on sale at the same time as the classic iPhone 15s, but to a lesser extent. The media SamaGame echoes a limitation in the number of iPhone 15 Pros available upon release due to a production problem with the screens which were manufactured differently from previous years. All this obviously requires confirmation in a few days.
In the meantime, we can say that the classic iPhone 15, small and large model (6.1 and 6.7 inch screens), will be a good plan because not only will it be available without any particular stock problem upon its release and its price will not be increased.
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