Apple spends $558 to produce iPhone 15 Pro Max – 12% higher than the 2022 model

The iPhone 15 Pro Max costs Apple $558 to produce. This is 12% more expensive than the iPhone 14 Pro Max, writes AppleInsider with reference to Nikkei.

However, the difference is also noticeable for other current models. For example, the iPhone 15 Pro cost Apple $523, which is 8% more expensive than last year’s model. The iPhone 15 Plus costs $442, which is about 10% more than the iPhone 14 Plus.

The biggest difference is between the iPhone 15 and iPhone 14. The production cost of the new model was estimated at $423, which is 16% higher than the 2022 model.

By the way, the iPhone 15 Pro Max has only recently been presented and went on sale, but some users of the new smartphones have already seen matrix burn-in.

This occurs when the image on the display does not change for a long time, after which a “fingerprint” remains on the matrix, which does not disappear with the change of the picture and is visible to the user to varying degrees. This is an old disadvantage of OLED matrices, which manufacturers seemed to have solved long ago.