How much will the iPhone 8 cost around the globe?
The iPhone 8 was announced and launched on September 12, 2017. The new series of iPhones was presented at the Steve Jobs theatre to an excited and curious audience present not only at the venue, but also to the audience all across the globe. All of us expected a lot of changes and improvements to the next generation of iPhones, but were left rather obfuscate over the fact that the new phone isn’t going to be what we wanted it to be. The phone is more or less the same iPhone 7 we saw last year, albeit with a better processor and a later OS.
But hey, wait! The iOS 11 will be rolled out to all compatible iPhones starting September 19. There’s not much in the iPhone 8 to be excited about. What’s more interesting is the iPhone X. The phone has everything a next-gen iPhone should have. Did Apple do it on purpose? Perhaps yes.
The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X are going to flood the worldwide markets very soon and hopefully help Apple Inc. regain their position as the world number 2 manufacturers once again.
They very recently lost their position to Huawei, while Samsung continues to sit on the top.
Let’s take a look at how much the iPhone 8 should cost across the world. The price in the US starts $699.00, which converting to the AED becomes 2849 Dirhams. Convert the price to Indian rupees, you get ₹64,000. In Hong Kong, the price becomes HK$ 5988.
Let’s take a look at how much every model of the iPhone series of 2017 will cost in the top 3 consumer markets of the iPhone.
Starting with the US,
iPhone 8 64GB — $699.00
iPhone 8 256GB — $849.00
iPhone 8 Plus 64GB — $799.00
iPhone 8 Plus 256GB — $949.00
iPhone X 64GB — $999.00
iPhone X 256GB — $1499.00
Let’s go to its biggest and richest market, the UAE.
And in India,
iPhone 8 64GB — ₹64,000
iPhone 8 256GB — ₹77,000
iPhone 8 Plus 64GB — ₹73,000
iPhone 8 Plus 256GB — ₹84,000
iPhone X 64GB — ₹89,000
iPhone X 256GB — ₹102,000
While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available for purchase from September 15 (pre-order) and September 22 (rollout), the iPhone X will not be available before November.