In this year’s iPhone 14 launch, Apple unveiled four new models. As a result, the tech giant is considering lowering the price of the iPhone 15 Plus and restructuring the iPhone 15 portfolio. Apple is considering ways to rethink how it handles Pro and non-Pro iPhones for the iPhone 15 based on information posted by MacRumors, yeux1122, whose posts have been both inaccurate and accurate in the past.

According to the report, the tech giant is allegedly considering two potential plans – the first is to further distinguish between Pro and non-Pro iPhones. Furthermore, the report indicated that Apple is considering lowering the price of its Plus model, which currently starts at USD 899 (around Rs 75,000). A price cut for the iPhone 15 Plus may also mean a price cut for the basic iPhone, which starts at USD 799 (around Rs 66,000).

In recent years, Apple has changed and re-evaluated its iPhone portfolio several times. It began offering small and large iPhone models with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus before expanding to four models, including a standard and a high-end version with a variety of materials, colors, and camera functions.