14th September 2023 - 2 min read
Apple has revised the prices of the iPhone 13, iPhone 14, and iPhone 14 Plus in Malaysia following the launch of its new iPhone 15 series yesterday, offering a price cut of up to RM400. With this, interested customers can now purchase the iPhone 13 starting from RM3,299, as well as the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus from RM3,799 and RM4,399, respectively.
Specifically, the prices of the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 (all storage size) have been slashed by RM400, whereas the iPhone 14 Plus models have been given a discount of RM300. Here are the original and discounted prices of the phones for your reference:
|Models||Original price||New price|
|iPhone 13||128GB |
|iPhone 14||128GB |
|iPhone 14 Plus||128GB |
Aside from the price revision for the above phones, Apple also appears to have discontinued the iPhone 13 Mini, quietly removing it from the current lineup of phones on sale. Similarly, the iPhone 13 Plus, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max, too, have been removed. This ultimately leaves only the iPhone SE (3rd Gen), iPhone 13, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, as well as the latest iPhone 15 series available for purchase on the official Apple website now – although you may still be able to find the iPhone 13 models at selected retailers.
Apple has not shared its reason as to why it decided to discontinue the iPhone 13 variants – leaving only the base model – but it is likely that this is to make way for the new iPhone 15 models while keeping the iPhone SE, iPhone 13, iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus for those who want affordable alternatives.
Meanwhile, the latest iPhone 15 series was unveiled just recently by Apple during its Wonderlust 2023 event, and interested customers can begin placing pre-orders starting from 22 September 2023. Additionally, the phones will be officially available in Malaysia from 29 September onwards.
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