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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by xxray, Aug 6, 2017.
What's your prediction?
US Launch Pricing before tax:
64 GB USD 999
256 GB USD 1099
Add a hundred or so to each and you will have guessed correctly.
They'll be aiming for "under a grand"
16GB for $999
Do not think there will be a 16gb iPhone 8.
Apple typically don’t announce the price before tax, do they?
64GB $999 / £969
256GB $1099 / £1069
I might be facetious here, but my guess is too much because I do not feel like the new iPhone OLED model should be more than $850. Knowing Apple, it's all about profit maximization and using their branding to make that happen. $1000 could be realistic here.
If it had Touch ID built into the display then I wouldn't mind that price. But if it doesn't have it all then hell no.
Base Prices Only much higher with extra capcity
64GB iPhone 8 $1,000 Colors Black, and Space Matte Grey
64GB iPhone 8 $1,400 Special 10th Anniversary Edition Color Ceramic White (these will sell out immediately)
64GB iPhone 8 $1,200 Project RED color. (6 months after Launch)
Heres the Link Apple Likes to Charge alot Extra for that Swag Flaunt color as a social filter to let people know you Have money.
If Apple actually use ceramic material, the difference in price makes sense.
Unlike the old Apple under Steve Jobs where they charged extra just for the color black (referring to the black classic plastic Macbook), Apple today doesn't charge extra just for color difference. So white/Project RED color won't cost extra for the same storage capacity.
$4000 on Ebay.
$969 or $999 — 64GB
$1,149 or $1169 — 256GB
Reasoning: Apple knows they must come in with the base price below the psychological $1,000 barrier. They do this by bring back 64GB in place of 128GB, and removing 32GB so as not to anger customers from low storage on a device with a needed high base price. The 256GB must come below $1,199 because too few would bother jumping from 64GB which is sufficient for most, to 256GB for $200+ more dollars, especially when you're talking about prices this high in the first place.
They do in the US. We don't pay a Federal tax on consumer items. We may pay local sales taxes, but that will vary according to State and City etc.
The iPhone 7 is $649 USD, that's $899 in CDN. The plus version is $769 in USD, $1069 CDN.
If it's $999 USD, it will be $1300 in CDN. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO i'm going to be poor
Starts at $999 for 64GB.
I would say base model at least 1k.
Already extensively discussed here: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/2017-iphones-pricing.2059299/
As mentioned above, we already have an existing thread on this subject here - please use that one going forwards