The apple company has no choice but to revise the pricing policy for the new iPhone amid disappointing demand for the iPhone 14. This is reported by Macworld, citing data from insider Yyeux1122.

After the iPhone 14 Plus hit the market last fall, it remains not very popular and “gathers dust on the shelves.” Probably, the publication notes, Apple will make the new line of iPhone 15 more accessible, coming out next year. Users should expect a reduction in the price of the desired device.

If the iPhone 14 Plus was valued at $899, then the iPhone 15 Plus could cost $799. This will reduce the cost of the base iPhone 15 model — $699 instead of $799.

Recall that this year Apple will be obliged to allow the installation of applications from third-party stores on its gadgets.