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Why iPhone 14 Pro looks less appealing all of a sudden

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Some bad news has recently arrived for iPhone customers who are considering upgrading to one of the Pro phones in the iPhone 14 range later this year.

This is due to a tech insider claiming on Twitter that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will both cost $100 higher than the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. This information was reported by Phone Arena.

If taken alone, that is bad news, but it is also easily debatable since the word of a single tip source should never be taken at face value.

However, this isn’t the first time that a price rise for the iPhone 14 Pro has been reported. In fact, T3 originally reported on a purported $100 rise back in May of this year, and other rumors of a price increase have since surfaced.

These rumors taken together are giving the theory that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be $100 more expensive this year substantial momentum.

Any price increase is never acceptable, but if this development turns out to be true, it will be even less welcome in a year where the cost of living has climbed significantly.
Given the top-tier, premium specifications that the informant also predicted, including the Pro phones’ inclusion of Apple’s cutting-edge new A16 Bionic chip, the price hike does seem more reasonable. The A16 chip alone might be to blame for the price rise.

Is the iPhone 14 PRO worth it?

The fact is, though, that I’m sure that many iPhone owners will be able to tolerate the price increase due to the A16 Bionic chipset, making the iPhone 14 Pro worthwhile of consideration.
With its Apple Silicon, Apple has been crushing the competition for a few years now, achieving an almost ridiculous level of efficiency and speed superiority.
When it comes to performance, even the greatest Android phone CPUs just cannot compete with Apple’s A-series architecture, which is a key consideration for many iPhone consumers.
Would you spend an extra $100 to get a phone with the best processor available? I am aware that some iPhone owners might choose the iPhone 14 Pro.
However, the typical iPhone user is probably less fussy, and I can see how a more expensive iPhone 14 Pro would appear less alluring to them.

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After all, opening video apps like TikTok, Snapchat, Facebook, and others doesn’t require the fastest processor in the world.
It actually depends on how much you value that class-leading performance, but on paper, I guarantee the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will surpass any flagship Android phone for the following year.

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