It may be called the iPhone 8, iPhone Edition or even iPhone X, but one thing seems clear - Apple's new handset will be the most expensive the firm has ever made. Prolific Apple leaker Benjamin Geskin has shared what he claims are the final iPhone 8 prices on Twitter, continuing rumors that some versions of the new phone will cost over $1,000. He claims the 64GB version will cost $999, the 246GB version will be $1,099, and the 512GB version will be $1,199. Prolific Apple leaker Benjamin Geskin shared iPhone 8 prices on Twitter, continuing rumors that some versions of the new phone will cost over $1,000. According to a direct conversion, this would price the new devices at £767, £843, and £920 respectively in the UK, but the British version has typically cost more than the those sold in the US, so these may not be accurate.
This is according to rumours that the company is embracing Roman numerals to mark its 10th anniversary milestone. The source suggests it will be launched alongside two phones will be called the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus - which could mean Apple is skipping an's' generation for the first time since it was introduced. Apple's tenth anniversary iPhone will be called the iPhone X according to Dutch tech site iCulture. 'This source has previously informed us correctly about the existence of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and is working with a worldwide operating telecom company,' explained the site. Senior Editor of The iPhone Insider Aaron Mason released leaked images of the new release yesterday and called it the'Apple iPhone X Edition'.
Apple's iPhone 8 will cost $999 when it goes on sale in September, a new report has claimed. The New York Times says Apple will (just) keep the iPhone under $1000 at its launch. It says the launch will see'a premium model priced at around $999, according to people briefed on the product, who asked to remain anonymous because they were not authorized to speak publicly. One image from @onleaks claiming to show the iPhone 8. The New York Times says Apple will (just) keep the iPhone under $1000 at its launch.
Apple will unveil the eagerly anticipated iPhone 8 at a special event on 12th September, it has been claimed. The event is also expected to see the launch of an iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, a new version of the apple watch and a new 4K Apple TV. It could also become the first event to take place at the Steve Job Theater at Apple's new'Spaceship' HQ, according to rumours. Leaked images appear to show parts taken from the upcoming iPhone 8 in unprecedented detail. The dates come from information given to phone carriers, according to mac4ever, which says'Several testimonies corroborate our sources today' It comes as leaked images appear to show parts taken from the upcoming iPhone 8 in unprecedented detail.
Apple's eagerly anticipated new iPhone may not be called iPhone 8 after all, it has been claimed. However, Apple will also unveil an iPhone 8 and 8 plus at the event - but these will be lower specced models that were previously expected to be called the 7s and 7s Plus. The firm sent invites to key media for the event, which is also expected to see the launch of an iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, a new version of the Apple Watch and a new 4K Apple TV. It is believed the will lack the edge to edge OLED screen of the edition model, and instead be an upgraded model that looks similar to the existing design. 'One casemaker has updated their internal SKUs based on the information and is actively printing packaging which I was able to see in the form of preliminary artwork,' 9to5mac's Seth Weintraub claims.