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22 May, 2017, 16:38 | Author: Abraham Jackson
  • Is this how the Apple iPhone 8 might look like

No one can ever accuse Apple of selling cheap phones, but as expensive as its iPhones have been in the past, it seems the gadget's newest incarnation will be the priciest yet. Earlier leaks have suggested that the iPhone 8 could move Touch ID to the rear of the phone, although subsequent leaks and renderings have since suggested that will not be the case, or will it? If most of these frames it does not, then you can easily count on all the 5.2 or even 5.3 inches, but in this regard, no specifics there.

Also the Dual Camera is clearly visible on the photo, which will be vertically placed, rather than horizontal like on the iPhone 7s Plus.

Apple Inc.is already facing an uphill task to ward off negative vibes around its 10th anniversary iPhone - the firm can't afford a flopped 10th anniversary device. With that being said, the iPhone 8 will likely propel the largest and most significant upgrade cycle the technology company has seen yet.

Looking at the pricing above, the iPhone 8's pricier retail price doesn't seem outlandish.

The image above confirms our suspicion for the iPhone 8.

Of course, a more expensive 3D Touch panel is just one of a few components that will cost more on the iPhone 8 than on existing iPhones. Moreover, there have been manifestations that a number of Apple's partners responsible for supplying some of the iPhone 8's more advanced technology modules that won't be able to supply the Apple's demand in time for a September launch. The entire front part of the device will basically be the screen. It is evident that the new iPhone will cost more than a $1000.

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While these by themselves add 100 dollars to the cost of an iPhone, the new wireless charging technology, the integration of TouchID into the display and the new design are all expected to add a substantial amount to the price of the iPhone 8.

The iPhone has been a symbol of technological innovation for years, but it has been slipping since the iPhone 5.

The iPhone 8 is not going to be cheap.

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We're hoping that Apple is willing to absorb so more of the additional costs, to keep its special edition iPhone 8 within reach of more people.

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