iPhone 14 price 'leak' claims Apple fans will be paying a lot more for top model

APPLE'S long-awaited iPhone 14 might come with a hefty price tag, experts predict.

Leaker sites are speculating the prices of Apple's upcoming iPhone models, which are believed to drop in September of this year.

The next-gen models may even cost more than the iPhone 13, which is the most expensive Apple smartphone to date, LeaksApplePro said.

The iPhone 14 rumored prices 

The standard iPhone 14 may go for $799, which is the same price as the iPhone 13.

Many experts believe that Apple is abandoning the "Mini" variant for a new "Max" version, which might cost $899.

As with all other iPhone lines, the Pro version is always more expensive. That said, the iPhone 14 Pro may be priced at $1,099.

Last is the iPhone 14 Pro Max, which could cost a whopping $1,199.

LeaksApplePro asserts that costly prices may be due to increasing production costs.

"Apple is currently considering [these prices]," the leaker wrote in a tweet.

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"Production costs are increasing and there has to be more than a $100 difference between the 14 Max and the 14 Pro," they continued.

Even though Apple has been keeping the iPhone 14 under close wraps, there are many rumors circulating about features we can expect on the device.

For starters, Apple is said to be finally removing the "notch" at the top of the iPhone – offering a full-screen front for the first time.

Widely respected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities has suggested that the high-end iPhones will use a 48-megapixel sensor for the main camera.

Meanwhile, Taiwan's Daily Economic News claims that Apple is set to include a new and smaller 5G chip in the iPhone 14.

The report also says that this would allow Apple to feature a large battery in the iPhone 14.

Furthermore, all four new iPhone 14 models are expected to feature ProMotion displays.

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Currently, these high 120Hz refresh rate screens only appear on Pro models.

They make for smoother animations and scrolling, and are generally better for gaming.

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