Prices for the iPhone 13 may have leaked, which is great news for Apple enthusiasts.


Prices for the iPhone 13 may have leaked, which is great news for Apple enthusiasts.

THE PRICE OF THE ALL-NEW iPhone 13 MAY HAVE LEAKED PRIOR TO APPLE’S ANNOUNCEMENT THIS WEEK. It’s also great news for enthusiasts who want to upgrade their phone this year.

Next week, Apple will hold its annual September launch event, during which it is expected to introduce a brand-new iPhone lineup. The iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max are four brand new iOS devices that are slated to be unveiled.

Fortunately, despite a number of key chip makers raising prices as a result of the continued global shortage – some costs are predicted to jump by as much as 20% – it appears that Apple will not pass those costs on to users.

Apple will not raise pricing with the Apple iPhone 13 series, according to well-known tech leaker Max Weinbach. As a result, despite the new features, spiraling manufacturing costs behind-the-scenes, it’s possible that prices will remain same compared to last year’s iPhone 12 debut.

This means that the iPhone 13 Mini might start at £699, while the iPhone 13 starts at £799 and the Pro and Pro Max start at £999 and £1,099, respectively.

Following the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, Apple raised its prices in comparison to the United States. Apple used to match the price of its iPhones in dollars and pounds, but that changed with the release of the iPhone 11 series ($1,099 for the iPhone 11 Pro Max in the US, but £1,149 in the UK). Last year, when the iPhone 12 series was introduced, costs were comparable to those in the United States, with the iPhone 12 Pro starting at £999 and the larger Pro Max variants costing £1,099 and up. According to insiders, these pricing will remain the same with the next update.

Weinbach’s PineLeaks Twitter account shared the new iPhone 13 pricing information. “We are not expecting a price raise across the iPhone lineup,” @PineLeaks remarked in a post concerning Apple’s September presentation.

“When compared to last year’s models, the overall device weight and thickness will increase. As you’d think, this will be most obvious on the Pro Max variant.”

This is good news for iPhone users, since recent reports suggested that rising processor and other semiconductor production costs could lead to higher prices. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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