It was previously rumored that iPhone 12 It will launch at $650 which is $50 less than the iPhone 11.
While that was really exciting, it seemed a bit illogical. In the end, the release of a new series of phones means that it will come with stronger features and specifications than the previous generation, which means that we are on our way to an increase in the price inevitably.
Shortly thereafter, a report emerged claiming that the base phone in the series could be priced between $700 and $750.
Report cross يشير GizChina It was published today that the price increase over the previous phone is inevitable. It's clear that Apple won't be including EarPods and a charger with the upcoming series phones, something that's already taking place with Apple Watch Series 6. Consumers had hoped that removing these accessories would help the company keep the iPhone 12 price the same as the iPhone 11.
It turns out that the materials bill for the iPhone 12 seems to be $50 more than the iPhone 11, presumably due to the 5G components and the OLED display. If you do the math, that means the price will start at $750.
The same source also indicates that Apple will likely not be able to meet its goal of producing 80 million iPhone 12 series devices.
The company appears to be hoping to sell that number of new models this year. Provided that the demand forecasts are accurate, will the company be able to achieve those sales, or will the repercussions of the Corona virus have a different opinion, this is what the coming days will reveal.
Apple has already built an A14 chip that will power the iPhone 12 series, and the leaked benchmark results suggest the improvements in performance won't be huge compared to the iPhone 11. The Pro versions are expected to come with a LiDar sensor, which isn't a feature that will make potential buyers excited about this upgrade .