iPhone 14 Star Models Said to Offer 128GB Stockpiling, Same as iPhone 13 Series
iPhone 14 series has been important for a few breaks and reports for the beyond a couple of months. The impending Apple iPhone arrangement could incorporate four models — iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Ace, iPhone 14 Max, and iPhone 14 Ace Max — and they are supposed to be sent off on September 13. The iPhone 14 Expert models were before hypothesized to accompany expanded capacity limits over the past models. They were professed to begin with 256GB of stockpiling, contrasted with 128GB of the iPhone 13 Ace models. Presently, in another turn of events, a statistical surveying expert recommends that forthcoming Ace models will keep on offering 128GB of stockpiling.
Prior, research firm Trend Force recommended that the iPhone 14 Genius models will begin with 256GB capacity. Presently, another report by MacRumors, citing Haitong Global Protections Tech Exploration Investigator Jeff Pu, said that the impending iPhone 14 Master models will keep on offering 128GB of stockpiling as its ancestors, the iPhone 13 Ace and iPhone 12 Ace.
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Recently, expert Ming-Chi Kuo guaranteed that iPhone 14 Genius models could be sent off at a greater cost than their ancestors. The ASP of the iPhone 14 Ace series is assessed to move by around 15% to $1,000 – $1,050 (generally Rs. 79,000 – Rs. 83,000) for the impending iPhone 14 series, contrasted with the iPhone 13 series ASP. The iPhone 13 Star was divulged in India last year with a sticker price of Rs. 1,19,900 for the base 128GB stockpiling model.
Apple is supposed to send off the iPhone 14 series on September 13. The iPhone 14 Star models could be fueled by the new A16 Bionic chip. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max, then again, are supposed to pack the A15 Bionic chip that is accessible on the ongoing iPhone 13 gadgets.
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