The iPhone 7 Plus is the best-selling phone in the world, and it is likely that Apple will soon announce the next model.
The iPhone’s price tag is expected to jump to $1,500, but a new report suggests that Apple may be willing to let the phone be sold for a less expensive price than the iPhone 7.
This new rumor comes from The Verge, who report that Apple is considering dropping the price of the iPhone in favor of the $1.49 billion iPhone 7 and $1 and $2.99 Apple Watch Series 3 models.
This is a much more reasonable price tag than the $2,000 price that we’ve seen for other models in recent years.
As Gourling explains, this new price could be justified because it’s “the lowest price yet for a phone that will likely make a huge difference in the lives of the average American consumer.”
We’re still waiting for a price of $1 or $2 for the iPhone’s predecessor, the iPhone 6, but it looks like the iPhone is in for a treat when it comes time to buy it.
The Verge points out that this new rumor is coming from a source who is “close to the company” and is not affiliated with Apple.
Gourler also reports that Apple “is expected to announce a new iPhone this month, which will likely include a larger display.”
Gourl’s report comes on the heels of reports that iPhone 7 sales are down significantly this year, and we’re expecting a much bigger decline for the year.
This news should make it much easier for Apple to raise the price on its next phone.