Inflation apparently affects us all. The front page for the iPhone section of Apple’s website is currently experiencing a minor glitch with the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro advertised at the low, low price of $777,777 per month — before trade-in. Update: The bug has now been fixed. Original story below.
In fact, the glitch means that all iPhone models are listed by that insane margin, even the iPhone SE..
Of course, this is just a funny website problem (I believe prices are calculated by region, so there’s probably a logic bug somewhere on the CDNs). Clicking through to the pre-order page for the iPhone reports the correct pricing.
If you don’t see the $777,777 price on Apple’s website when you click through here, the issue may only affect certain CDN servers. And of course, Apple will definitely fix the bug soon.
Remember, Apple hasn’t changed the US starting prices of the iPhone 14 series at all. iPhone 14 starts at $799 for 128 GB, the same as the iPhone 13. iPhone 14 Plus brings the 6.7-inch screen size to its lowest-ever starting price, $899. And the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are priced at $ 999 and $1099, the same as their iPhone 13 Pro counterparts a year ago.
However, a strong dollar is not good news for international buyers, as prices in local currencies are higher than ever due to the currency conversion.
The iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will go on sale this Friday, September 16. The iPhone 14 Plus is available to order now, but the first deliveries won’t arrive until October 7 – as Apple suppliers had reported some production delays on the screens for that model.
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