The latest news comes from analyst Jeff Pu. Quoted by 9to5Mac, Aug. 16, 2023, the analyst believes Apple’s orders will be cut from 83 million to 77 million units by the end of this year. The reasons for the decline are supply issues and demand is lower than usual.
Meanwhile, forecasts from Ming-Chi Kuo earlier this month said total iPhone 15 shipments should remain stable. Apple has not commented on any manufacturing issues so far.
There are rumors circulating about problems with Sony’s CMOS camera sensors. Another thing, the business is a new titanium frame for the Pro model and a new look with thinner bezels. All these components seem to be a hindrance in production.
Then, as regards the selling price, Apple is suspected of increasing the price of the variant iPhone 15Pro and ProMax.
The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are offered in Space Black, Silver, Gold, and Deep Purple with 128/256/512GB and 1TB storage variants.
Pricing in the US remains the same as last year: The iPhone 14 Pro starts at $999 (Rp15.7 million), while the iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at $1,099 (Rp17.3 million). . Like the cheaper non-Pro iPhone 14 models, this device also removes the SIM tray for the US market, relying solely on the eSIM.
iPhone 14, still uses the old price of $800 or the current equivalent of Rp. 11.9 million. Availability begins September 16. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Plus variant will be priced starting at $900 (Rp. 13.4 million) and will only be available on October 7.
Also from the same report, Jeff PU confirmed support for a 48MP Ultrawide camera and Wi-Fi 7 for the iPhone 16 Pro and Pro Max models expected in 2024.
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