Insiders Warn Apple’s Supercharged iPhone 15 Pro Max Could Cost a Staggering $2,100

Insiders Warn Apple's Supercharged iPhone 15 Pro Max Could Cost a Staggering $2,100

Tech experts are send­ing iPhone users into a fren­zy with pre­dic­tions that Apple’s upcom­ing iPhone 15 Pro Max may come at an eye-water­ing $2,100 price tag — a shock­ing 60% high­er than the com­pa­ny’s Mac­Book computers.

Along with a mas­sive 2TB of light­ning-fast stor­age, dou­ble the cur­rent max, insid­ers say upgrades like a switch to ultra-pre­mi­um tita­ni­um, pow­er­ful new LiDAR sen­sors and advanced cam­eras could push the cost to dizzy­ing new heights.

For con­text, the cur­rent top-of-the-line iPhone 14 Pro Max with just 1TB of stor­age retails for a steep $1,599 already. A Mac­Book starts at a mere $1,299.

Apple is report­ed­ly unveil­ing the iPhone 15 line­up this Sep­tem­ber, but sup­ply issues could delay the maxed-out Pro Max vari­ant until October.

With enhanced fea­tures promis­ing crys­tal-clear 10x opti­cal zoom, periscope lens­es and a lighter, tougher tita­ni­um body — is this future flag­ship worth the small for­tune ask­ing price? Only time will tell if users are will­ing to open their wal­lets so widely.

Insid­ers warn the boost in com­po­nents from top sen­sor sup­pli­er Sony mean it may not even hit shelves until Novem­ber. Will Apple roll the pric­ing dice with such a lav­ish­ly equipped — but poten­tial­ly light­ning-rod — price tag? The tech world can’t wait to see how this plays out!

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