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With the introduction of the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, Apple has lowered its prices on previous iPhone models, introducing a new iPhone lineup that offers devices at a range of different price points.

The 4-inch iPhone SE continues to be Apple's most affordable iPhone, but it has a new lower price point. Pricing on the iPhone SE starts at $349 for the 32GB version and goes up to $449 for the 128GB version. With carrier financing, prices start at $14.55 per month.

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The iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus are the middle-tier devices, available in 32 and 128GB capacities. Pricing on the iPhone 6s starts at $449 ($18.71/month with carrier financing), while pricing on the iPhone 6s Plus starts at $549 ($22.88/month with carrier financing).

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Apple is continuing to offer the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, also in 32 and 128GB capacities. Pricing on the iPhone 7 starts at $549 ($22.80/month with carrier financing) and pricing on the iPhone 7 Plus starts at $669 ($27.88/month with carrier financing).

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Apple's new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are available in 64 and 256GB capacities. The iPhone 8 is priced at $699 for the 64GB model and $849 for the 256GB model. With the iPhone Upgrade Program, prices start at $34.50 per month.

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The iPhone 8 Plus is priced at $799 for the 64GB model and $949 for the 256GB model. With the iPhone Upgrade Program, prices start at $39.50 per month.

The iPhone X is the new flagship high-end iPhone, available in 64 and 256GB capacities. The 64GB iPhone X is priced at $999, or $49.91 per month with the iPhone Upgrade Program, while the 256GB model is priced at $1,149 or $56.16 per month with the iPhone Upgrade Program.

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The iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus will be available for pre-order on Friday, September 15, with the devices launching on September 22. The iPhone X will be available for pre-order on October 27 ahead of a November 3 launch.

Article Link: Apple's New iPhone Lineup: SE for $349, 6s for $449, 7 for $549, 8 for $699, X for $999
 
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Tronic

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I was under the impression that Apple financing was the sticker price divided by 24? Has it changed with this new round of phone?
 
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musicpenguy

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I know it would totally throw off Apple's pricing, but an SE-sized iPhone X would be amazing.

This is what I want! The X is a tad bit bigger than the 8! I want something around the size of the SE, love the small size and at $349 it’s an absolute steal, really hoping this March it gets a glass back for wireless charging and 3D touch
 
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profets

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What craziness are we living in where you can buy a MacBook Air for the same price as a phone?

At this point it’s far from a phone. It’s an incredibly powerful and wireless Apple computer that you carry in your pocket, and is likely used more than any other computer by most people.

Also, I know Apple is pushing the upper limit on iPhone pricing, but they are pushing the lower pricing too. I’m happy to see more options at the lower end of the spectrum.
 
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SWAON

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I really love iPhone because of the syncing between the mac and the phone. It's really really useful.
I also love the new iPhone but can't justify spending that much money on it for outdated features

Soon the sync between iPhone and Mac can't be disrupted by the new update of iTunes, which came out today, removing the iTunes App Store completely and other things.
 
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