Yesterday we told you that the Apple is reported to launch the much-awaited iPhone 8 along with iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus in mid-September. Now, a new report has emerged online, which reveals that the base model of the iPhone 8 will be priced at $999 (approx. Rs 64,003).
According to a report by The New York Times, citing people briefed on the product, the 64GB base model will come with the above-mentioned price. Apple has included a bigger screen on this model and has added a host of new features like facial recognition, wireless charging and more, which has resulted in the increase of the price of the upcoming iPhone 8.
Interestingly, this also means that the 256GB version will cost around $1099, while the top model with 512GB storage, might cost you a whopping $1,199. This is in line with previous rumours that suggested the phone would cost around $1,200 when it will be launched.
Meanwhile, the company is reported to induce the Touch ID sensor under the display, however, if a recent report is believed to be true, the company is facing some major problems while doing so. The brand is reported to move the Touch ID sensor at the back panel.
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Previously, the Apple iPhone 8 camera feature was revealed from the leaked HomePod firmware. The phone is reported to come with a new ‘SmartCam’ scene selection mode along with a face recognition feature that will help authenticate Apple Pay. The SmartCam code will allow iPhone’s camera to automatically select a scene, similar to what we have seen in other smartphones like Sony, Samsung and more. The mode could adjust exposure, ISO and other variables according to the scene. The code mentions several scenes like Baby, Bright Stage, Document, Fireworks, Foliage, and more.