The iPhone 12 may be a little more expensive in some variants, customers have had to prepare for this possibility for a few weeks now, since there has been speculation. Now there are some concrete numbers in the room. After that, the price for some models remains the same, only the Pro version could become more expensive.

How much does the iPhone 12 cost? This question has arisen at the latest since a few weeks ago speculation arose from the supply chain that Apple might raise prices again, reported. At the same time, you may delete essential accessories such as the charger from the scope of delivery, as we reported in another report. Against this background, recent speculations about the iPhone price are being followed with great attention.

Corresponding rumors have now appeared on Twitter, where a Leaker has published an entire price table.

Starting price for iPhone 12 could remain unchanged

The cheapest model continues to cost $ 699 and comes with 64 GB of storage. The buyer gets a presumably 5.4 inches a little less display, but an OLED screen, the same amount of memory and 5G. The larger memory configurations would be based on the current prices of the iPhone 11. The iPhone 12 Max with a 6.1-inch screen would come for an estimated $ 699. The largest storage device with an alleged 256 GB would then cost $ 949.

The iPhone 12 Pro is becoming more expensive

On top of that, users who want to buy the iPhone 12 Pro have to put it. According to this list, the entry-level version should be a proud $ 1,049 with 128 GB. The maximum size of 512 GB then costs $ 1,349. The Max version is even more expensive; the cheapest version would cost $ 1,149 and the user would get a 6.7-inch OLED panel. The maximum size of 512 GB would cost $ 1,449, a dizzying amount.
It is still completely unclear whether this will actually happen, and the leaked prices are still highly speculative.

iPhone 12 Pro more expensive: is that the price?

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