Ahead of the much expected flagship device from Apple as part of its 10th Anniversary, there have been several rumors surrounding the Apple iPhone 8 and a possible release of another device, the Apple iPhone ‘X’ which tech enthusiasts have regarded as the anniversary version which the tech company is willing to throw into the market as a willing addition.
However, as much of the details is yet to be confirmed hence should be taken with a pinch of salt, Goldman Sachs seems to have just made a concrete claim in that the smartphone which is expected to come into the market in the second half of the year will feature an OLED display along with new designs meaning the tech company is willing to ditch the design featured on the iPhone 6 and 7 range for yet another.
Goldman Sachs further predicted the possible pricing for the device against its official announcement later in the year as it says it could go for as much as $1,000.
The possibility, however, exists that the tech company might release a 128GB option of its upcoming device along with a bigger storage memory variant, the 256GB. Indications exist from the report that the prices between the two models will differ with as much as $100 as the 128GB variant might likely come to market for $999 and the 256GB model at $1,099.
As reported by Business Insider, the price difference between the iPhone 8 and the current most expensive phones in the market will clock up to about $130, a move which might hinder the purchase of the OLED smartphone.