Rumors say that iPhone 8 is most likely to be the most expensive iPhone model ever released, with analysts expecting Apple to sell it for more than $ 1.000.
And even if the device is close to becoming a super-expensive gadgets, there is a good chance that a very large number of consumers will pay much less than that thanks to an avalanche of offers prepared by providers when Apple launches it.
Nomura-Instinet analysts expect the majority of providers in the United States, including Verizon and T-Mobile, will enable the phone to be prepaid or offer a special payment plan for iPhone 8, so Apple fans will be able to get the new device significantly cheaper by signing a contract.
Telephone companies on USA show record low upgrade rates that have not been further relaxed in the face of iPhone 8. "We believe that Apple has many innovations to add to the future such as AR, mechanical learning, voice integration, 3D sensors, and optical zoom."
We believe that the providers of USA prepare dynamic offers for the launch, although it remains to be seen how many players will adopt this approach and what discounts they could offer.
Analysts expect the iPhone 8 to trigger an avalanche of upgrades from the existing customer base, with many owners of older iPhone models delaying the purchase until the 2017 series is revealed.
The number of upgrades for iPhone 7 has dropped considerably, pretty much because there are only slight differences in design and features compared to iPhone 6, and this is one of the reasons why the Plus model is more successful as it is it only comes with a dual camera.
IPhone 8 is expected to be launched in September, though sales could begin later this year due to the tightness of supply issues that Apple is currently experiencing.