Alleged iPhone 7 Pricing Leak Hits the Web [u]


The iPhone 7 will not arrive until sometime this fall, but the rumour mill has already started speculating about Apple introducing a new model, dubbed the iPhone Pro. This means the pricing scheme we usually take for granted will likely undergo a slight modification, according to a Weibo (via PocketNow) post which claims to have iPhone 7 price tag info from the Chinese supply chain.

Rumour has it Apple will (finally!) drop the 16 GB model, and that a new 256 GB model will also enter the ring to replace the top-tier 128 GB model or iPhone 6s. But don’t bet on it yet, because another leak claims Apple will continue to sell the 16 GB model, plus 64 GB and 256 GB models.

Anyways, the rumoured pricing of the upcoming iPhone shows a lineup that includes 32 GB, 64 GB, and 256 GB models for the 4.7-inch iPhone 7, and 32 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB models for the iPhone 7 Plus and Pro lines.

Iphone 7 pricing

  • ¥5288 = ~CAD$1030.27
  • ¥6088 = ~CAD$1186,10
  • ¥6888 = ~CAD$1341,96
  • ¥7088 = ~CAD$1380,93
  • ¥7788 = ~CAD$1517,31
  • ¥7888 = ~CAD$1536,79
  • ¥8888 = ~CAD$1731,61

Now it remains to be seen whether the rumoured iPhone Pro will ultimately materialize this fall. The rumour mill claims it will sport a dual-lens camera and Smart Connector, but conflicting reports have surfaced regarding that Connector.


  • FragilityG4

    Maybe you should convert the ¥ into USD to give readers a better idea of the pricing ….

  • Chris Zhu

    ¥5288 = CAD$1027.75
    ¥6088 = CAD$1183.23
    ¥6888 = CAD$1338.72
    ¥7088 = CAD$1377.59
    ¥7888 = CAD$1533.07
    ¥8888 = CAD$1533.07

    It’s also interesting to note that the base mode of the iPhone 6s in China is ¥5288 right now, but in Canada it’s $899.

  • FragilityG4

    Thanks I had already did the conversion, I was speaking for the sake of the article.

    I found that interesting too, I guess we’re not the only ones getting hosed!

  • s0ftforum

    ¥5288 tax in, $899 plus tax, so pretty much same price.

  • ssa

    these price includes 17% VAT. So you just divide them by 1.17 will get you the pre-tax price in North America.

  • IstvanFekete

    Thanks Chris!