iPhone 8 releasing could be the trending news over the year. At one time, experts were predicting that the “iPhone 8” could start at $1,000 or maybe $1,200 or more. The New York Times is claiming in a new report Thursday that Apple is now looking to sell its highly expected OLED phone “for around $999”.
iPhone 8 will arrive in three storage capacities 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB. If history is anything to go by, every capacity augmentation should cost an extra $100.
At present, the most expensive iPhone on the market is the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus that will set you back $969. A stunning report is that the most iPhone clients don’t have an issue to spend $1,000 or more for the handsets.
All iPhone 8 devices are anticipated with feature a dual-lens camera on the back with optical image stabilization on both wide angle and telephoto lenses, as well as 3 Gigabytes of RAM, to support processing data from two cameras simultaneously.
The New York Times report reiterates a few other earlier rumored features of Apple’s upcoming tenth- anniversary handset, including a 5.8-inch screen based on OLED technology.
Also, the other new features include “facial recognition for unlocking the device, along with the ability to charge it with magnetic induction,” the sources said.