iPhone 14 Pro running out of stock, Union Minister speaks to Apple
At response to rumours that Apple’s newest phone model, the iPhone 14 Pro, was running out of supply in Delhi outlets, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Electronics and IT, claimed he had spoken to Apple.
The minister said that Apple is resolving supply issues as a result of the rise in demand for the iPhone 14 Pro.
I spoke with Apple, and they told me that while the demand for the iPhone 14 is being fulfilled with manufacturing in India as well, the demand for the iPhone 14 Pro has increased and there are supply issues, which they are resolving, he tweeted.
According to Chandrasekhar, “private sales are presumably “alternative” supply routes.
This holiday season, demand for the recently released iPhone 14 has skyrocketed as new variants enter the market.
The demand for the new model was further spurred by alluring offers made by several e-commerce and retail platforms.
A few days after its worldwide launch, Apple said last month that it was ready to start producing its newest iPhone 14 variants in India.
On September 16, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max went on sale. The newest A16 Bionic chipset, featuring a 6 core CPU and 5 core GPU, powers the new iPhones.
Crash detection, emergency SOS via satellite, a new 48MP primary camera, and the ‘Dynamic Island’ UI are some of the key features that each of these smartphones provide.
The starting price for the Apple iPhone 14 Pro is $1,29,900. Storage starts at 128GB on the base model and up to 1TB on the top-end model.
Similar to the iPhone 14 Pro Max, the entry-level model has a starting price of Rs. 1,39,900. Four storage options are available: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB.
A few additional features include 5G connection. With the release of the iPhone 14 series, Apple is also providing Fitness+ for all iPhone customers.