Sep 4, 2017

Reports: Apple's iPhone 8 To Be Called iPhone X, While 512GB Version Could Retail For $1,199

One of the biggest mysteries for the new iPhone is the naming. Is it called iPhone 8 or something else? According to a report from the Netherlands site iCulture, sources from global mobile phone operator revealed that the upcoming 5.8-inch OLED iPhone will be called the iPhone X, X in the Roman numerals meaning 10.

The reliable source said on Thursday that several of his company executives went to Cupertino and talked about the details of the iPhone X release info. To be sure, OLED iPhone is called iPhone X, iPhone 7s will be called iPhone 8, iPhone 7s Plus will be called iPhone 8 Plus. Furthermore, the pre-order will start on September 15th and ship starts on September 22nd.

Well-known smartphone leaker Benjamin Geskin today tweeted iPhone pricing, citing a friend of a friend who works at Apple as his source, that the entry-level iPhone D (or iPhone 8) with 64 gigabytes of storage would start at $999, with other storage SKUs adding an extra $100 to the base price.

The 64GB iPhone 8 pricing will starts at $999, for context, 32GB iPhone 7 Plus starting at $769, while 256GB iPhone 8 could cost $1,099, and 128GB iPhone 7 Plus costing $869 in the USA, lastly the 512GB iPhone 8 could cost as high as $1,199, in contrast, the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus only costing 969 bunks to purchase.

Prior reports have suggested that Apple’s next iPhone could be its most expensive iPhone in the history. Fast Company, citing “a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans,” made claims back in February that the OLED iPhone would be priced at more than $1,000 due to advanced technologies, While The New York Times last week said the baseline of OLED iPhone could start at $999.

Via iDownloadBlog, Image Via Phonecorridor

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