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Price rise in the new iPhone that has not yet been presented, everything indicates that Apple’s iPhone 15 family will be the most expensive to date.

The price of mobile phones has increased in recent years with the result that exceeding the barrier of one thousand euros is no longer strange. The mobiles of Manzana they usually have a label that is not for all budgets and, in fact, it does not seem that this is going to change, it may even be that the iPhone 15 be even more expensive.

Yes, getting an iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max is an outlay that only a few can afford. Apple does not seem to show any concern about this situation and, in fact, the latest rumors suggest that due to the A17 Bionic the iPhone 15 would become the most expensive iPhone in history.

The reason behind the fact that the iPhone 15 may be the most expensive iPhone in history is found in the processor. The component that makes everything work inside the phone would be the cause of the increased price on this new device, but why exactly will this processor be more expensive than the previous ones?

The answer is found in the construction process and the company that decides to manufacture these components.. In case there is any doubt, Apple does not manufacture its processors and, the truth is, neither do the vast majority of companies. This task is delegated to companies like TSMC.

Users will pay more for the iPhone 15 and the A17 Bionic processor will be to blame

Logically, the price increase would also affect the rest of the terminals in this new family: Pro, Plus and Pro Max. Of course, the increase would be more noticeable in the base model since it is usually found within lines that make it more attractive for the conventional user who does not need what the Pro and Pro Max model offers.

It is not news that surprises anyone, Apple has been raising the price of its equipment for several years due to the manufacturing costs of new processors. This was already seen in 2020 with the manufacture of processors at 5 nanometers and it supposed a cost of 16,000 dollars for the users and, even, for Apple.

Now the jump from 5 to 3 nanometers will mean a much higher figure and that for the moment can only be estimated. According to reports, the cost will mean a price hike that will cost both users and Apple $20,000. Of course, the A17 Bionic is expected to be a beast so, at least, performance and optimization are assured.

Source: computerhoy.com

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Tarun Kumar

Tarun Kumar has worked in the News sector for 05 years and is currently the Owner and Editor of Then24. He reside in Delhi, India with his Family.

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