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How much will the new Apple iPhone 14, 14 Pro and 14 Pro max be in the UK

Birmingham Mail logo Birmingham Mail 15/08/2022 Harriet Morphy-Morris
The rumoured Apple iPhone 14 series is expected to start at £999 © (Photo by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images) The rumoured Apple iPhone 14 series is expected to start at £999

The highly anticipated release of Apple's new iPhone 14 is just around the corner, and more rumours are starting to swirl around just how much its price could set us back.

With every new launch comes a wave of new and improved tech features, from camera functions, a new Apple watch, synching and face identification, but with all of that comes a heftier price tag. Although an official price or release date has not been confirmed by Apple, the latest trends show its expected to hit stores in the UK this autumn.

The new release is expected to be announced by the tech giant anytime from September, a time often referred to by tech fanatics as the month of prediction. Apple holds three to four big conferences each year to celebrate the launch of a new product series, the last one was in March 2022 when the tech giant announced the new iPhone SE.

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On top of this all major iPhone releases since 2012 (apart from the iPhone 12 Pro) have been released in September of each year, but this year, the new iPhone 14 may come with an even bigger price tag.

Last years iPhone 13 started at around £825 for the 128GB of storage handset, around £900 for the iPhone Pro and £779 for the iPhone Mini. As the price of everything has gone up around the world, it's thought the starting price for the standard iPhone 14 model could be nearly £100 more than last year, and £200 more for the Pro model, although nothing can be confirmed until Apple officially launch.

The rumoured iPhone 14 line up is expected to start at £999 for the standard model, meaning the Pro would set you back well over £1,000. This is also supported by AppleTrack, an online platform that consistently observe and share industry tech trends, the new line-up will cost users 15% more than last year.

Sharing industry predictions to its Twitter following of more thank 100k, the site has questioned whether the price increase will be worth it, as the base storage will be staying the same. It's predictions hint the new price could be something to do with its rumoured new 'high-tech' functions or to keep up with rising cost of materials.

Rumoured upgrades for iPhone 14 Pro models include a faster processing chip, front camera autofocus, a new battery percentage layout and an apparent 48-megapixel rear camera lens to support up to 8K video. Ahead of the new release it's worth saving the below UK retailers who stock the latest Apple products, that way you can get your hand on the new iPhone with your provider as soon as it is released.

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