While a number of things remain uncertain about the upcoming iPhone 8, one of the biggest is price. Analysts, however, continue make their best guesses and today UBS analyst Steven Caseme is out with his predictions. Milunovich claims that the iPhone 8 will start at $870 and max out around $1,070…
The UBS analyst explains that while the iPhone 8 will indeed be priced at above $1,000, like earlier reports had claimed, that will be the top-tier price rather than the starting price. For $1,070, Milunovich predicts that users will be able to get the model with 256GB, though it’s unclear how much storage $870 would get you.
Other analysts have taken a stab at predicting iPhone 8 pricing. Earlier this month, Goldman Sachs analyst Simona Jankowski predicted that the iPhone 8 will cost $999 for 128GB and $1,099 for 256GB. The discrepancy in pricing between Milunovich and Jankowski could be related to differing storage amounts, with the former perhaps anticipating a 64GB model while the latter predicts a 128GB base.
Currently, the most expensive iPhone Apple sells is the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus for $969, while the base model iPhone 7 comes in at $649. It’s likely that the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus will retain the current pricing.
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