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!