Apple iPhone 12 may cost you more than what was rumoured before, here’s why
The increased price of the 5G supporting iPhone is said to happen due to an increased Bill of Material (BOM) cost.
Apple delaying its iPhone 12 series due to the pandemic is not a secret anymore. And thanks to leaks and rumours, we already know how they might look. Some specs have also been revealed. But the main deal has always been the price. Although there’s no confirmation of any sort or any listing on an e-commerce giant’s internal stock memo, a new report now states that we may see a rise in the price of iPhones this time. A report from China now states that unlike mentioned in previously, keeping the price of the iPhone 12 same as the iPhone 11 won’t be possible.
The increased price of the 5G supporting iPhone is said to happen due to an increased Bill of Material (BOM) cost. The increase is said to be by almost $50 this time. Although it is rumoured that the iPhone 12 models won’t come with a charger inside the box, which may result in some price balance, we can’t really be sure about it.
Previous reports mentioned that iPhone 12 would cost somewhere around $699 to $749 while the ‘Max’ version may fall between $799-849. The iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max models may be priced around $1,100 and $1,200 respectively.
Talking about the upcoming iPhone series, recently the rumoured iPhone 12 Pro Max showed up on Antutu benchmark, revealing the score and two important specs – RAM and storage. The device that was being tested featured 6GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt space. If true, this will Apple’s first ever iPhone to come with 6GB RAM capacity.