Benjamin Geskin posted a Tweet on Monday, September 4 morning containing his guesses on the "iPhone 8" pricing. Analysts say that Apple has historically released the iPhone ten days after its launch event, meaning you should see people camping outside of their local Apple store the night before Friday, Sept. 22. Samsung Display provides all of the OLED panels for the iPhone 8, LG Display is the key (but not only) supplier of LCD screens for the iPhone 7s duo. Therefore, the delay can occur.
How expensive is it going to be? Even if we assume that this refers to the upcoming iPhone 8, that will also be sold cheaper during the year, is it is hard to guess what the third product will be.
Apple's upcoming iPhone has got several monikers in the past. Analysts are expecting the new iPhone to start at $999. It has a price of £800 and is going to be around 144mm tall.
As rumored, the smartphone will be available in 3 colors. The device will be powered by the new Apple A11 processor and it is expected to come with 4GB of RAM with dual rare cameras. But we would have to wait and watch!
The iPhone 8 is the most obvious star of the show here. Why Apple will skip the 7S and the 7S Plus moniker this time, is a reason that escapes us. This Touch ID feature has become common and many phone manufacturers are using this technology on their smartphone device.
On current iPhone devices, Siri can be triggered by holding down the Home button.
They added: "There seems to be a belief that Apple has to charge over $1,000 for the phone".
In particular, things like the bezel-less screen, facial recognition capabilities and the possibility of a 3D sensing camera, have been signaled as standout features. So you'll be looking at around €840 if you want the cheapest version. If that hasn't got you dizzy, there's also a deluxe 512 GB option (more memory than a 12 inch MacBook) which is up for grabs at $1,199.