Apple’s New 10th Anniversary iPhone Will Likely Cost Over $1000

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iPhone 8 is going to come out in this year. It’s also the 10th anniversary of iPhone. Apple will redesign the iPhone 8 this year. According to reports from the Fast company, The new iPhone will likely cost over $1000. This is going to be the 10th-anniversary edition. You can expect it to be the ultimate iPhone but it’s coming with a price tag.
Currently, a 256GB iPhone 7 Plus costs $969 and the new iPhone 8 will the $1000+ which they will justify with the new features. According to our sources so far we know, iPhone will feature a 5.8-inch OLED display that stretches across the whole front of the phone. It will also get a storage upgrade. Apple may change the name also from iPhone 8 to ‘iPhone X’.

The new phone will look like a smooth black monolith, with few visual interruptions to its sleek design. Apple is expected to launch an iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus alongside the new model. Those devices will likely feature minor updates and keep the existing design of the iPhone 7.

The new ‘iPhone X’ is said to have a dual-lens camera and sides made out of forged stainless steel. The back is expected to be glass rather than metal.

As rumored, Apple is working on removing the physical Home button and relocating it beneath the display surface. The site’s source says the technology is still ‘evolving’; however, Apple is pushing hard to get it into the new iPhone. There is even a chance that the physical buttons on the sides of the iPhone could disappear and be replaced with touch-sensitive inlays in the metal.

Stay tuned to iAppleStuffs for more updates. Apple has also released the iOS 10.3 betas which really fast and battery performance is much better. iPhone works really smooth and blazingly fast in iOS 10.3. If you want to install iOS 10.3 beta on your iPhone then register your iPhone to Apple Developer Account here for $15 and get the iOS 10.3 beta versions early.

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