The iPhone 7 is almost here, with Apple holding a major press event on the 7th of September.
Naturally that means the leaks are starting in earnest, and the latest points to potential pricing for the new handsets. Phoneradar.com has the scoop and is breaking it down based on the two models of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at three storage sizes; 32, 128 and 256 gig.
It's not going to surprise anyone that these handsets will be very expensive indeed, up to a staggering €1060!
32GB – 5288 Yuan ($790 / €710 / Rs. 53,150)
128GB – 6088 Yuan ($910 / €817 / Rs. 61,200)
256GB – 7088 Yuan ($1060 / €950 / Rs. 71,250)
iPhone 7 Plus
32GB – 6088 Yuan ($910 / €817 / Rs. 61,200)
128GB – 6888 Yuan ($1030 / €925 / Rs. 69,200)
256GB – 7888 Yuan ($1180 / €1060 / Rs. 79,300)
And that's just a direct price conversion, with the final cost potentially being even higher in Ireland. At least the company has finally dropped the tiny 16 gig storage model and having 256 gigs to play with in a handset is a pretty impressive feat.
This is still a rumour for now, expect all the official information on the 7th of September.