smart phone

The price of the iPhone 14 is more expensive, but consumers are still “insisting” to buy



 The price of the iPhone 14 is estimated to be more expensive than the iPhone 13. But, reportedly, it will not affect consumers who are still “insist” in wanting to buy an iPhone 14.

The price of the iPhone 14 is more expensive but will not influence consumers to buy according to a survey conducted by against 1,500 respondents.

Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 14 lineup on September 7, 2022. The latest survey shows, 14 percent of iPhone users plan to buy.

Like The telephone quote from Gadgets360Wednesday (24/8/2022), this number is up from last year, where only about 10 percent of users plan to switch to the iPhone 13.


The survey results are quite surprising given the economic impact of inflation and the typical tendency of iPhone users to stay on the device for long periods of time.

Survey by shows that the iPhone 14 will most likely have more users than the iPhone that has already been released to the public.

But, as the report from 9to5Macthe survey sample size is quite small and does not always show a real trend or trend as claimed by the survey itself.

In a market like India, the much higher cost of the iPhone will encourage users to stick with the old device. In contrast to markets such as North America and Europe.

Interestingly, survey make some interesting points. Two out of three potential buyers have an existing iPhone model that is less than two years old.

A faster processor, more device storage, and a better camera are cited as the main reasons for wanting to upgrade to the iPhone 14.

Among those who stated that they would not update their iPhone, the main reasons why the current iPhone is still working well and the estimated cost of switching to an iPhone 14.


The iPhone 14 lineup is expected to launch globally on September 7, 2022. According to rumors, Apple will bring the iPhone 14 Max instead of the iPhone 14 mini.

Reportedly, Apple will offer users the option of a larger screen without a more sophisticated camera system in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max series.

Previously an expert named Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reminded not to rush to buy an iPhone 14. There are several reasons given by Gurman. For more details, you can read why here. [SN/HBS]

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button