According to a report, Apple is worried about the sales performance of the Plus version of the phone. It is looking at ways to change its lineup for next year.

The mini iPhone was replaced by the new iPhone 14 Plus, which has a larger screen. The standard iPhone 14 has the same design, cameras, and performance, but with a larger screen and battery. According to a post by yeux1122, who has shared both accurate and inaccurate information in the past, Apple is rethinking how it treats pro and non-pro phones.

The first strategy being considered by Apple is to further differentiate the pro and non-pro phones, which was previously rumored by an Apple analyst. The Plus model of the lineup, which starts at $899, is being considered for a price reduction according to the post. If Apple reduces the price of the Plus model, the standard iPhone will also see a price decrease.

In the last few years, Apple has made a number of changes to its iPhone lineup. Apple started offering small and large-sized iPhones before branching out and offering four different models with different materials, colors, and camera features. Apple began to offer the same camera systems on the 6.1-inch Pro and 6.7-inch Pro Max models, unlike in previous years where more advanced camera features were reserved for the largest iPhones.

There are two standard and two high-end models with matching sizes for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. The only differences between the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max are their cameras and batteries.

It's too early to know what Apple will do with the next iteration of the device. Dynamic Island is expected to come to all iPhone 15 models in order to unify the entire lineup. We have a complete rundown of everything we know about the iPhone 15.