iPhone 15 Price Rumor Should Have Users Worried

iPhone 15 price rumor should have users worried for their wallets. With the rumors now making the rounds, the question here is just how much are users willing to pay for the best iPhone?

iPhone 15 Price Rumor

iPhone 15 Price Rumor

If there is anything that has become clearer in the various reports of the myriad iPhone 15 rumors, then it is that the next pro-level iPhones from Apple are really getting pro-er.

Features such as periscope cameras, super-thin display bezels as well as top-of-the-line chipsets have all been rumored as arriving on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra, and the latest intelligence then suggests that both phones will be getting price tags to further widen the generational gap between the models of this year.

According to a recent Weibo source and Jeff Pu, a seasoned Apple analyst, Apple will be increasing the price of the iPhone 15 Pro just to boost the appeal of the cheaper iPhone 15, whose predecessor hasn’t been selling quite as well as expected. 

And given that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max begins at $999 / £1,099 / AU$1,749 and $1,099 / £1,199 / AU$1,899, respectively, we well could conceivably see the iPhone 15 Pro kick things off at $1,099 / £1,199 / AU$1,899, with the iPhone 15 Ultra, on the other hand, demanding a base figure as high as $1,299 / £1,429 / AU$2,249.

Previous Rumors About The iPhone 15 Price

This isn’t something that is new at this point in time as we have prior to this reported of worrying iPhone 15 Pro price rumors, and quite an unusually high rate of inflation in 2023 simply means that the increase in the price of iPhones was expected in markets like the UK, the US as well as Australia.

However, ever since the rumors of price increases initially surfaced, Apple has claimed that iPhone fans are willing to pay even more just to get the very best iPhones in 2023, thus corroborating the validity of those rumors.

Apple’s CEO’s Recent Statement to Corroborate With the Rumors

“I think people are willing to really stretch to get the best they can afford in that category,” Apple CEO Tim Cook in a recent company earnings call stated, thus adding that iPhones have now become important and “integral” to the lives of people.

The good news here is that for the first time in a long time, all three (or four) versions of the next iPhone from Apple look set to sport features that very much better reflect their respective price tags. The base iPhone 15, for example, will not be cheap by any means, but prospective buyers can however expect to benefit from prior Pro-level features such as a 48MP camera and the Dynamic Island.

Iphone 15 Lineup to Include More Features

And while the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra might however be even more expensive than their respective predecessors, Apple is now expected to add more new features on each model than it has done with prior iterations of Pro-level iPhones.

In general, the gap that is between the iPhone 15 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro will be very much larger and wider than the gap between the iPhone 13 Pro vs iPhone 14 Pro.

Will Buyers Be Happy to Pay More for An iPhone?

It still remains to be seen whether consumers will be happy to part ways with more of their hard-earned cash just to benefit from whatever those differences turn out to be in the end, but Tim Cook and Apple however seem pretty confident in the quality of the products that they will be unveiling this September.



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