17 Setiembre, 2017
Global retail major Brightstar said that Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available for pre-order starting September 22, 2017 at various authorised stores in North and East India. While this doesn't reveal exact sales of the devices, it does show that there is still interest in these smartphones, despite the iPhone X coming out later this year. The US price for iPhone 8 is being settled at $699 and for iPhone 8 Plus is $799.
Well, now that you have gone through the article you can clearly see how much is the price difference and we can say that in the Indian market the price difference is relatively on the higher side in comparison to the U.S.
What's more, every customer can now take their home plan abroad with Vodafone Global Roaming - meaning they can use their UK data, minutes and texts in 50 roam-free destinations at no extra cost.
So if you're considering this new iPhone lineup with all its bells and whistles, don't forget about the iPhone 7.
There are two big changes coming with the iPhone X - that sharp, bezel-free, OLED display, and the fact you need to unlock it with your face rather than your fingerprint. The iPhone 8 will have a 1,821mAh battery, compared to the 1,960mAh battery in the iPhone 7.
Is it because Apple can't price the iPhone any cheaper? But hey, leave it to great Chinese businessmen and women to create solutions for problems that will likely never exist, especially after a new iPhone is announced. Apple fans are waiting for the iPhone X, which will go up for pre-order on October 27. He surprised one with its price, becoming the most expensive IPhone in history.
Apple unveiled iPhone X at a jaw-dropping price of $999 for the 64GB version.
It will be available in the same 38mm and 42mm sizes as its predecessors, in gold, silver or space grey aluminium cases with a Sport Band from roughly €349.