A recent Apple website glitch on the front page of the iPhone section showed increased prices for the iPhone 14 models. Although the glitch was minor, the website advertised the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro cost as $777,777 per month. In addition, it listed almost all iPhone models at that insanely hefty price range, even the iPhone SE.
Furthermore, it was just a website issue, and once a customer reached the pre-order page for the iPhone, it showed the correct pricing. Additionally, the website glitch likely only affected certain CDN (content delivery network) servers.
Hence, the Cupertino tech giant didn’t actually change the US starting prices of the iPhone 14 series. So, the iPhone 14 starts at $799 for 128 GB, the same as its predecessor. In addition, the iPhone 14 Plus sells at $899. Similarly, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max starts at $999 and $1099, respectively, like their iPhone 13 counterparts from last year.
On another note, the iPhone 14, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max go on sale on September 16. In addition, customers can order the iPhone 14 Plus now, but the first deliveries wouldn’t arrive until October 7. The reason is that Apple suppliers faced some reported production delays while manufacturing the screens for that model.
On the other hand, the iPhone maker fixed the recent minor glitch on the Apple website, so that’s good news. Nonetheless, for international buyers, the prices in their local currencies are as high as ever due to currency conversion from US dollars. Still, they wouldn’t have to sweat it out about the $777,777 per month price range for the latest iPhone lineup.