iPhone 7 Prices Leaked; Cost Close To iPhone 6 But With Higher Storage

Apple iPhone 7 is just a few days away from release and still, rumors and leaked information continue to surface prior to its launch.

In a recent report, it was revealed that the latest flagship is set to release next week in an event to be hosted by Apple. With just a few days left and a bunch of rumoured specs, the only thing remain in question is how much will an iPhone 7 cost?

Leleda, Apple's largest wholesaler in China confirmed that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will come in 32 GB, 128 Gb and 256 GB variants, a noticeable improvement from the 16 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB that its predecessors offered. It also hinted the expected prices of the said devices.

How Much Will It Cost?

The SIM-free variants of Apple iPhone 7 will allegedly double the storage capacity without affecting the price. In a comparison between iPhone 6 and iPhone 7, it is evident that the latter has improved in terms of storage and price. GSMArena has come up with a detailed price comparison between iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 prices. The source of the leak reiterates that these are the "expected" prices. Check it out below.

iPhone 7 (leaked prices) and iPhone 6S (current price)

  •  32GB - CNY 5288 ($790) ---- 16GB - CNY 5288 ($790)
  •  128GB - CNY 6088 ($990) ----64GB - CNY 6088 ($910)
  •  256GB - CNY 7088 ($1060) ----128GB - CNY 6888($1030)

iPhone 7 Plus ( leaked prices) and iPhone 6S Plus (current price)

  •  32GB - CNY 6088 ($910) ----16GB - CNY 6088 ($910)
  •  128GB - CNY 6888 ($1030)----64GB - CNY 6888 ($1030)
  •  256GB - CNY 7888 ($1180) ----128GB - CNY 7788($1160)

Meanwhile, another leaked photo of what appears like an iPhone 7 Plus packaging confirms that the said flagship will have a 256 GB variant. It also revealed the contents of the iPhone retail box confirming the new EarPod headphones with a Lightning Connector. It also includes a Lightning headphone jack adapter as well as standard Lightning cable and power adapter.

Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will launch on Sept. 7 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium San Francisco.

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