The new iPhone 8 is said to be launched globally this fall. Smartphone enthusiasts around the world have set high expectations for the new iPhone 8.
The new iPhone 8, which is expected to be the 10th edition anniversary edition is rumored to cost above $1000.
The New Versions of Apple iPhone
Apple plans to launch three new models of iPhone. One of these three iPhones is expected to price around $1,000 because of the use of OLED screen for display. The logic behind the use of OLED screen is that it helps save battery life.
Takeaways expected from new iPhone 8
These are some of the anticipated features in the new iPhone 8.
- A 5.8 inches OLED display.
- The use of 3D-sensing technology provided by Lumentum.
- To retain the double camera feature as in iPhone 7 Plus.
- The phone is expected to have a home button and built-in fingerprint sensor going all the way to edges.
iPhone 8 has to live up to its expectations to justify this massive price hike. To cough out $1000 for a phone is a big ask.
iPhone 8 must need to deliver that wow factor always associated with it. Apple has always tried to come up with something new and unique.
Committed Apple Phone Users
We know the cult following associated with the new iPhones. Apple already made it’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus expensive in many countries last year. Mac Book Pro’s high price seems to clearly send the message that Apple is not afraid of raising its products’ prices.
There is always this debate that iPhones are very expensive. However, when we compare their price and quality, they are unmatchable. The performance delivered by iPhones has always remained unmatched with their competitors.
Apple, right from the start has held to its belief that it is not afraid to take the risk. Customers in the past have positively responded to the new products offered by Apple. The fans of Apple who regularly use an iPhone are expected to keep following this trend. However, it remains to be seen if this phone would be able to garner interest among other users who are not too much into iPhone and Apple.