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iPhone 15 Ultra price leaked, may come with biggest single generational price jump in iPhone history

 

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  • iPhone 15 Ultra price has been leaked
  • It is expected to have the single generation price jump in iPhone history
  • The smartphone is expected to come with significant changes

Multiple rumours have pointed out that Apple could launch a new Ultra variant of the iPhone next year. It will be a top-of-the-line model in the iPhone 15 series. Now in a new development, the smartphone’s price has been leaked by Forbes, citing LeaksApplePro.

The iPhone 15 Ultra will be the most expensive device in the next-generation flagship lineup. It is also tipped to replace the Pro Max variant next year. 

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iPhone 15 Ultra price leaked 

The current generation iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at $1,099 for the base storage configuration. The iPhone 15 Ultra will be expensive by $200 for the base variant. This means that it will carry a starting price tag of $1,299. Previously, it was expected to cost the same as the iPhone 14 Pro Max. If the new development indeed turns out to be true, then the increased price will be the biggest single generational jump in the history of iPhones. 

The report states that Apple has been losing margins year after year. Additionally, inflation and rising manufacturing costs could also drive up the prices of future iPhones. 

However, the iPhone 15 Ultra will also offer significant upgrades and improvements. Considering the price jump from the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the next-generation model is expected to offer a good bang for the buck. Past reports have claimed that the iPhone 15 Ultra will be equipped with a titanium body, making it lighter, stronger, and scratch-resistant. The device is tipped to come with dual front-facing cameras and a USB-C port. Additionally, it is also rumoured to come with a 3nm processor under the hood. 

LeaksApplePro also says that the iPhone 15 Pro will get a 256GB storage variant instead of 128GB as the entry point. The 1TB storage variant is expected to cost $1,799. 

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