The 2019 iPhone models are reportedly not going to cost more than their 2018 equivalents, with some configurations actually going for slightly less. If true, this will break a multi-year trend in ever-increasing prices for iOS handset prices.
iPhone 11 Pro, the rumored name for the iPhone XS replacement… will supposedly start at $999 with 128GB of storage… and a 256GB version will be $1099, which is $50 down from the XS’s price. In addition, a 512GB configuration will allegedly be priced at $1199, which is $150 less than the XS version with the same capacity.
A similar situation holds true for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, the XS Max successor. It will reportedly have the same $1099 price for the base version, but will have 128GB of storage, up from 64GB. A $1199/256GB configuration will cost $50 less, and the $1299/512GB version will be $150 less than the iPhone XS Max with the same capacity.
MacDailyNews Take: If so, along with the triple-lens camera improvements in both still and video, faster processor, compatibility with the rumored Apple tracking tags, a price decrease, however modest, will help to juice sales in the coming 12-month period!