Technonlogy

How much will the new iPhone cost? Leaked price list shows it won’t come cheap

It will clean out your wallet (Picture: Getty Images/everythingapplepro)

Better start saving if you want a new iPhone, as the next model to be released could cost you over £1,000.

Tech reporter Benjamin Geskin has published a leaked list of the prices for the new phone ahead of Apple’s launch event on September 12 – and it’s not great news for our budgets.

According to his source, the cheapest model, 64GB, starts at $999 with prices rising to $1199 to 512GB.

With a direct conversion, that could mean a UK version being priced at £925.15.

However, it could actually be more as the British version has typically been more expensive than the one released in the States.

The American price listed also does not include sales tax, so the true cost to customers will be even higher.

Benjamin Geskin has previously leaked accurate information about internal Apple memos.

He previously posted a photo of what he claims is the new iPhone 8 model (on the left, pictured next to an older model which still has the home button).

MORE: iPhone 8 launch rumours are not true according to latest rumour

Apple has sent out invitations to a select few asking them to attend a showcase on Thursday September 12.

As usual, the secretive company didn’t say exactly what will be launched, but this is typically when Apple unveils new iPhones.

iPhone 8 rumours are not true… according to latest rumour

They are expected to release several new models, including the hotly anticipated iPhone 8 – which insiders say could actually be called the iPhone X or iPhone Edition.

The new phones are expected to feature facial recognition rather than Touch ID, a dual-lens camera and a sleek new stainless steel and glass body.

Apple always refuse to speak about their launches and new products before the launch date, so this information is all speculation from industry experts and insiders.


Source link

Show More

Related Articles

Close

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker