The 10th Anniversary iPhone Will Likely Cost More Than $1,000…And Here’s Why.

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A special 10th-anniversary edition of the iPhone is expected to be the ultimate iPhone, and it’ll come with a price tag to match—very likely north of $1,000!

The new iPhone 8 is expected to be packed with features, more so than the current iPhone 7,  says a source with knowledge of Apple’s plans. Features included a new OLED display, which is said to look great and stretch across the whole front of the phone. 

The new phone is also likely to get a memory upgrade from the current iPhone 7 line.

The new 5.8-inch phone will probably be called the iPhone 8, but some believe Apple will call it the (far cooler-sounding) “iPhone X.”

Along with the 5.8-inch iPhone 8, Apple is expected to release a 4.7-inch model (likely called iPhone 7s) and a 5.5-inch model (likely called iPhone 7s Plus), according to reports confirmed by our source. Only the iPhone 8 is likely to have an OLED screen.

All new models will have two cameras, front and rear facing. 

Sources also say that the back of the new iPhone will be made of glass and not metal. While the sides will be forged stainless steel. 

There is a chance the side buttons and home button may be missing too, as Apple has been working to place touch sensitive inlays on the front metal casing. 

Some sort of 3D technology may make its way into the new iPhone as well. I wonder what that will be used for?

Apple is expected to announce its new phones in the fall and begin selling them shortly thereafter, as usual.

 

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