Apple's iPhone 6 to Become $100 More Expensive?

Apple’s next-generation iPhone might become $100 more expensive than the current iPhone 5s. Well, at least this is what Andy Hargreaves of Pacific Crest believes. The analyst suggests that the unlocked iPhone 6 might get a $635 price tag. Apart from the higher price, Hargreaves also predicts that there would be only one iPhone 6 model, not two, as was reported earlier. This handset may get a large 4.7-inch display.

Apple’s iPhone 5C, which was released last fall, costs $100 with a two-year contract, while iPhone 5s - $199. Still, people choose a more expensive model, so it becomes obvious that 100 bucks don’t make a huge difference.

Here’s what Business Insider writes:

Hargreaves says that Apple consumers are relatively rich, so $100 doesn't mean too much to them. He cites the failure of the iPhone 5C as evidence that Apple's customers don't mind spending an extra $100 for a better product.

And what about you? Would you buy a more expensive iPhone? I’m waiting for your comments.

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Written by Andrey

Tuesday, March 11, 2014. 23:45

3 Responses to 'Apple's iPhone 6 to Become $100 More Expensive?'

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  1. Да. Купил бы. По-моему, с 5С они прогадали. Внешне телефон подходит для детей-подростков. Но цена не подходит для них. Так что оп.конфуз.


    Nick Tarasenko Reply:

    Да, не слишком "серьёзный" аппарат получился. Хотя яркие цвета сейчас в моде. В Купертино на это ставку делали.


    Jack Reply:

    Согласен. Но мое мнение, что всё-таки классика (в примере 5S) выглядит более статно и дорого. А цветные трубки для детей.



    12 Mar 14 at 12:33 pm

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