A problem on the Apple website. (Image: 9to5Mac)

The Apple iPhone 14 was selling at $777,777 per month (Rs 6.18 crore per month) on the company’s official website for a short period of time. Apple recently launched the iPhone 14 series at the Far Out event on September 7. The Apple iPhone 14 series consists of four smartphones – iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The standard Apple iPhone 14 in the US starts at $799. However, due to a problem, Apple iPhone 14 Pro, Apple iPhone 14, Apple iPhone 13 and Apple iPhone SE were available at a starting price of $777,777 per month (Rs 6.18 crore per month).

The bug was spotted by 9to5Mac and according to the report, the problem has now been fixed. Apple has not released an official statement on the matter. For those who don’t know, the Apple iPhone 14 models are available for pre-order right now on Apple’s official website and the tech giant will start shipping new models from September 16.

The standard models of Apple iPhone 14 have received mixed reviews from the tech community as the smartphones have almost similar specifications to the standard model iPhone 13. On the other hand, Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max come with incremental upgrades from their predecessors in terms of design , camera, processor, etc.

In addition to the Apple iPhone 14 series, the company also released three new smart watches – Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch Ultra and Apple Watch SE 2. The company also released the second generation of Apple AirPods Pro TWS headphones, which are powered by a new H2 chip and with more good sound optimizations.


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