The price of the iPhone 8 could be significantly higher than the iPhone 7 Plus
Rumors are defining increasingly precise manner the future of the line smartphone most famous in the world, providing information on the characteristics of what would be the iPhone that would mark the beginning of a new era in the Californian company. The so-called iPhone 8 or "iPhone X" would be, judging by all the data that have been appearing over the last few months, the biggest change that has been since the iPhone itself.
A phone built in a glass that can withstand what they throw, and that, in addition, would grant the capacity of the wireless load. A screen made by Samsung, and intended to give a definition never before seen in the industry, and home to a number of innovations that surely revolutionize its competitors . Only with what we have named, we are already very difficult to reduce our expectation for this prodigy of mobile technology. Or at least, we believed until today.
Apple will not abandon its pricing policy and will continue to increase its new products
Today it is possible that we find the most negative to date the future iPhone 8 oclock, is that Apple is considering selling its next great device for a higher price to $ 1000 . To give us a little idea of the jump, we must think that, in the US, the iPhone 7 Plus costs $ 769.
As you can see, Apple will not hesitate to put a "Premium" price to your iPhone 8, although we must also keep in mind that this could be accompanied by two other models with designs more similar to the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Either way, it is very difficult to justify price .
We are all very clear that Apple is not exactly a "low-cost" company, but what is happening in recent years is really unacceptable, at least from my point of view. We can not continue to allow follow up the price of their products with the excuse of R & D and marketing. And it is that companies at this level would have no problem if they reduce their sales prices instead of raising them, clearly, that they would stop increasing their profits at our expense.