Though it’s only been a little over six months since thewent on sale, Apple is reportedly setting its sights on the upcoming , which we’re expecting to see (and could end up having a different name). Along with rumors about the different models, and , the thing you really want to know: How much will the iPhone 13 cost?
We won’t know the final answer until Apple reveals new phones this fall. But in the meantime, we can make some educated guesses on the iPhone 13’s price.
The iPhone 13 isn’t expected to be a major technical upgrade from the iPhone 12, which was the first to include 5G support. Because of this,that the iPhone 13 will cost about the same as the iPhone 12, the base version of which starts at $799 (£799, AU$1,349). Since the , the company may be incentivized to follow a similar pricing structure.
Here’s the, for reference:
iPhone 12 US pricing
|iPhone 12 model||64GB||128GB||256GB||512GB|
|iPhone 12 Mini (carrier model)||$699||$749||$849||N/A|
|iPhone 12 Mini (SIM-free from Apple)||$729||$779||$879||N/A|
|iPhone 12 (carrier model)||$799||$849||$949||N/A|
|iPhone 12 (SIM-free from Apple)||$829||$879||$979||N/A|
|iPhone 12 Pro||N/A||$999||$1,099||$1,299|
|iPhone 12 Pro Max||N/A||$1,099||$1,199||$1,399|
It’s also possible that Apple may lower the price of the iPhone 13, as other models likeand did in 2020. The , released in January, also boasted a lower price tag, than its predecessor.
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