With a slight bump in the features while still using the old A15 chip, Apple didn’t really make a whole lot of changes to their lower segmented iPhone 14 and 14 Plus models. Some say that these models incorporate yesterday’s features at tomorrow’s prices. They are not wrong. But why did Apple do it? How do they land on extreme and extravagantical decisions such as $999 Monitor stand?
The sales of iPhone 14 and 14 Plus are abysmal! People are either waiting for prices of iPhone 13 models to drop or they are going for more superior (and genuinely new) Pro models. But have you ever wondered why Apple does that?
There is only one answer: Apple wants you to buy higher priced Pro models :)