Apple fans, prepare to pay more for the upcoming iPhone 15 Pro lineup. Ahead of the official announcement, a new report has revealed that the base and higher-end Pro models are likely to carry a wider price gap than their earlier counterparts.
The iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Pro Max/15 Ultra models will reportedly feature titanium frames, advanced cameras, and larger storage options – features that come at a premium cost. These likely additions to the series have raised its total base cost by approximately 100 US Dollars over that of the iPhone 14 Pro lineup.
Apple devotees, it appears that you’ll have to make room in your budget for the next generation of iPhones. The tech giant’s latest release is set to bring high-end features – but at an equally high price tag.
Prepare to open up your wallets a little wider: Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 series is set to feature a noticeable cost difference between the base and Pro models — making for an even larger gulf between the two than the predecessor, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman.
Though it may not be music to consumers’ ears, Apple is well aware that it’s their higher-end variants of the iPhone lineup that typically drive the company’s revenue growth — and this pricing update could potentially do just that. Additionally, the new features of the iPhone 15 series are likely intended to help justify its near 200-300 US dollar price jump from the vanilla model up to the Pro.
The company has yet to make an official statement about the anticipated increase in cost; however, we won’t have to wait long to get our answers as the iPhone 15 series is set to launch tomorrow, September 12th 2023.