The price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max 1TB version will hit an all-time record


iPhone 14 Pro Max

It’s been several months now since several reports indicated that Apple was going to increase the prices of its iPhone 14 series compared to the current generation, and these price increases have been again confirmed by the leaker @TheGalox_. According to him, the iPhone 14 could suffer a general price increase of 100 dollars on all models, and even more for the iPhone 14 Pro Max model.

The iPhone 14 could then start at $799, compared to $699 for the iPhone 13 of 2021. For its part, the iPhone 14 Max, the new model with a 6.7-inch screen, could start at $899. The iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max would both cross the $1,000 mark; with prices of $1,099 and $1,199 respectively.

The 1 TB iPhone 14 Pro Max version will cost a record-breaking amount

iPhone 14 Pro

Since the release of the iPhone 13 Pro Max last year; Apple has offered a version of its highest-end smartphone with 1TB of storage. This is currently available at a really high price of 1599 dollars; while the previous iPhone 12 Pro Max cost only $1,199 in its version with 512 GB of storage.

This year, the version with 1 TB of storage should also undergo a significant increase in price; and therefore could well reach $1,699. As a reminder; it is likely that an increase in prices in the USA will lead to a greater increase in prices in other countries. This could be more brutal than in previous years.

For those who need an iPhone 14 Pro Max with 1TB of storage; but can’t afford to spend almost $1,699 in one payment, Apple will also introduce a system of storage subscription that will allow you to use an iPhone without ever having to invest a large sum of money. At its launch, the system should only be available in the United States, but we expect it to come to also be available in several other countries. However, we will for sure keep you informed in this regard, so stay tuned.

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