iPhone 8 Could Cost More Than $1000
There are a lot of things expected from Apple this year. Apart from the regular-edition iPhones dubbed as the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus, the company is also expected to launch the iPhone 8. Apparently, Apple is bound to celebrate iPhone's tenth anniversary and the iPhone 8 will allegedly be its "anniversary iPhone". It was said that this special edition smartphone will be very much improved and it will also come with all the premium specs that Apple can offer this year. Needless to say, it could also come with an appropriate price tag that may be a little more expensive than its predecessors when they were first launched.
Apple iPhone 8 2017 Cost
According to a report by Fast Company, the iPhone 8 cost could go as high up as $1000. It's worth noting that the new iPhone is the ultimate iPhone ever and it just makes sense for Apple to price it way higher than the previous editions. As per Techno Buffalo, the most expensive iPhone yet is the 256 GB iPhone 7 Plus which is priced at $969. So if the iPhone 8 gets released, it will practically be the most expensive iPhone ever.
Apple iPhone 8 Premium Features
The iPhone 8 will bring in a lot of changes in design and features. In fact, the anniversary iPhone could be the most refined iPhone ever. Rumor has it that the said smartphone will no longer sport the iconic Apple home button and the fingerprint scanner could be tucked under the display. Apple could also shift from using LCD displays to using OLED. With all these said, it's pretty clear that the manufacturing of the iPhone 8 will cost Apple more money than usual. Considering its alleged 5.8-inch glass body, it's quite obvious that the iPhone 8, as a whole, will be an uber-premium phone that's unlike any of the iPhones that fans have seen.
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