Apple recently released its fresh phones — iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. Now, Techinsights has completed a teardown of the iPhone XS Max A1921, revealing the sections price and production estimate.
It displays that the priced production cost of Apple iPhone XS Max 256GB model, what is said to be the other well known model, is about $443, about $50 much more than the iPhone X 64GB model. In the price tag breakdown, it shows that the most expensive component is the panel display at about $80.50.
The smartphone is powered by the company’s new 7nm Apple A12 Bionic chipset, what reportedly costs around $72, with modems. The internal memory, i.e. 256GB memory, costs about $64 even though the external housing costs somewhere around $58.
The device In addition arrives with upgraded cameras, which costs about $44. Interestingly, the pricing of the digital camera module is exactly as that of last year’s iPhone X. Heading by the pricing chart, every component is costlier compared to iPhone X released last year, unless of course for the assembly materials and the RF antenna.
Do note that Techinsights’s $443 pricing offered for the 256GB model of the iPhone XS Max doesn’t have other manufacturing expenses these types of as Research & Development, Software, Logistics, and Marketing.
Techinsights says that the cost priced bundled are compiled using reports out there at the time of the first teardown and in which concrete data is not yet available, the company has made few assumptions. Even though the costing figure may not be proper, it gives a picture When it comes the phone’s production price tag.