According to a tip, the iPhone 14 Pro would cost $100 (about Rs. 7,400) more than the iPhone 13 Pro. It also claims that the price gap between the upcoming iPhone 14 Max and the iPhone 14 Pro might be more than $100 owing to increased production expenses. Meanwhile, a developer on Twitter released a photograph of a mockup of the iPhone 14 Pro that shows how the pill-shaped hole-punch cutout would look. According to a recent source, if the iPhone 14 series features a hole-punch cutout, Face ID would most likely be located beneath the display.
According to tipster LeaksApplePro, the iPhone 14 will start at $799 (approximately Rs. 59,000), the iPhone 14 Max will start at $899 (approximately Rs. 66,400), the iPhone 14 Pro will start at $1,099 (about Rs. 81,200), and the top-end iPhone 14 Pro Max would cost buyers $1,199. (roughly Rs. 88,600). When the tipster mentions the iPhone 14, Max, it is unclear exactly model he is referring to, given there is no direct predecessor for such a product - no iPhone 13 Max.
The source also claims that production costs are rising and that "there needs to be more than a $100 difference between the [iPhone] 14 Max and the [iPhone] 14 Pro."
In contrast, the iPhone 13 small begins at $699 (about Rs. 51,600), the iPhone 13 starts at $799 (approximately Rs. 59,000), the iPhone 13 Pro starts at $999 (approximately Rs. 73,800), and the iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at $1,099 (roughly Rs. 81,200).
Meanwhile, a developer called Jeff Grossman shared a model of an iPhone 14 Pro with a pill-shaped hole-punch cutout on Twitter. This is not the first time that information concerning the iPhone 14 series' hole-punch display has leaked. Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst, discussed it in March of last year. Several claims followed, with some claiming the design for Pro versions and others alleging that Apple Face ID technology will be hidden behind the display.