According to rumors, the iPhone 8 is expected to be around $1000. Will the device, which will be the most expensive iPhone produced to date, be bought by consumers?
The iPhone 8 will officially be introduced next month. Until today, it is expected that the phone will be between $ 1000 and $ 1200 as known from the leaked data. So the question of “will customers-to-be be attracted enough to pay this price for iPhone 8?” arises. Let’s have a look at the results of a survey.
The phone may be of low interest
According to survey results conducted by Barclays, only 11% of respondents said they would get an iPhone worth a thousand dollars. Many of the respondents want a cash price of around $582 or a plan to pay $48 for 12 month.
Of course, we have to consider that the results of this survey do not reflect. But the high price tag will be an important point for consumers in every way. In the meantime, there are some situations for investors not to worry for the time being. For example, the iPhone 7s models, which are expected to be introduced along with the iPhone 8 models, can achieve a successful sales figure.
Finally, the “iPhone Upgrade” program, which Apple carries out to upgrade consumers to the new iPhone, can lead to successful sales of the product despite the high price tag.
The definitive iPhone 8 features
The frameless iPhone 8 design with the images shared by Benjamin Geskin for the first time in April was confirmed by HomePod software. According to the feature details revealed through the HomePod software, the Face ID feature will work so well that it can quickly perform facial recognition even when the device is on the table (without affecting viewpoint).
Troughton-Smith confirmed that the status bar on iPhone 8 would look like it looks.
HomePod software also revealed the camera details of the iPhone 8. Accordingly, both the front and back of the iPhone 8 will shoot 60 FPS 4K videos. Apple has made an important camera development with iPhone 7 Plus. With the iPhone 8, we can say that Apple is playing the summit considering the camera.