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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Jodie1987, Sep 5, 2016.
Is £680 pounds enough for a 32gb iphone 7 plus?
I thought they weren't doing a 32?
Where have you been? It's now 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Yes £680 should be enough.
Its going to be 32, 128, and 256 GB according to the rumors.
I'd have thought around £700 for the lowest capacity Plus. £689 ??
We will find out very soon.
The tricky thing is working out how brexit and it's impact on sterling will impact pricing.
I think the current base plus model is £619 so hopefully the most it'll go to is £649?
I'm in 2 minds about upgrading my 64gb 6S to a 7 plus. 32GB storage isn't enough so I'm looking at £700 minimum for a 128 model.
Through my work I can get a iPhone 6s Plus 64gb direct from Apple for £685, so assuming Apple keeps its pricing plan the same for the 7 Plus you'd probably be able to get a 32gb one for about £620?
rumours say it's going to be 32, 128, 256GB. Not surprised 64GB is going.
im gonna be getting 32gb just hoping it will cost £680
oooh my bad sorry aha hmmm
I wonder if the 128gb version will be the same price as the 64gb as they appear to be getting rid of that option?
I had a 32gb iPhone 5 and had a nice little bump in storage when the iPhone 6 64gb was launched at the sand price. I couldn't go back to a 32gb now with my usage and I doubt i'll want to pay £100 more just to get the mid storage iPhone.
The more I hear these rumours the more I think i'll just get a 6S with the headphone jack, 64gb storage, and identical appearance lol.
I did that last month, managed to get a brilliant deal for £40pm for the 6S+ 64GB with 10gb data pm - the more rumours that come out convince me that was a good move ... though that black phone is nice ... but it would still be hidden by a case like the grey is now
I'm hoping to get a deal for around £28-30 a month. I only need 1gb of data as that's on my current plan with unlimited minutes and texts. Nothing I've seen in the leaks, even the new colours are enough to make me consider paying full whack to be honest. I'm not a huge fan of the slate black, I much prefer a silver back with a black screen, but that's just personal preference. I fancy a change after 2 silver/white iPhones.
Let me check my crystal ball that lets me see into the near future.
Ye I would love to see a silver back with black screen
Yea I'd of thought that would be enough for the base storage, it's really going to depend on whether Apple keeps pricing the same. I can see an increase but at the same time I can also see why they would want pricing to stay the same. As for Brexit, I don't see it having that much of an affect, especially now that the pound has risen back again.
Right now, US$100 + 20% VAT equals £90. That's a lot more than a few months ago. (To quote Nigel Farage: "Nobody is laughing now"). Apple has not yet adjusted any prices in the UK, which is quite amazing. An iPhone 6s+ with 64 GB is right now US$849 and UK£699. With the current exchange rate applied, it would be UK£759.
I'm hoping it wont be that expensive
128GB for the same price as 64GB would be awesome. I paid £789 for my 6S plus 128GB last year. I'm hoping that prices at least stay the same.
if its more than £700 for the 32gb ip 7 plus i will never buy from apple again
If the US prices don't change I wouldn't be surprised to see a price hike of at least 10% over last years UK prices as the pound is worth 15% lower against the dollar compared to this time last year.
A £30 hike is very optimistic. I've seen 10% and 15% increases from some of our vendors.
It's currently $749. Add VAT @ 20% and a 10% buffer against further currency issues (Apple often has a 5-10% currency buffer on new pricing) and round up to the nearest 9, and you would get £739, sorry.
Without any currency buffer at all it would be £669, so my guess is £680 probably won't be quite enough. Depends how desperately Tim needs the sale.
Risen back you say?
It may only be a limited time, but it's not as bad as it was when they were all panicking for nothing! https://www.poundsterlinglive.com/gbp-live-today/5409-pound-to-euro-exchange-rate-998442