‘iPhone XS’ Pricing Reportedly Will Be the Same as 2017 iPhone Pricing

Another day and another rumour related to Apple’s 2018 iPhone models. Earlier today, rumours claimed the larger 6.5-inch OLED iPhone would be called ‘iPhone XS Max’, but now we have a report from Macerkopf.de regarding pricing.

The German site says two different sources—who have provided reliable information in the past—have tipped them about alleged pricing for Apple’s 2018 iPhone models. The interesting part of these 2018 prices? They’re the same as 2017 prices, according to the euro pricing listed below:

iPhone 8: from 799 euros
iPhone 8 Plus: from 909 euros
iPhone X: from 1149 euros

LCD-iPhone: from 799 euros
iPhone XS: from 909 euros
iPhone XS Max: from 1149 Euro

From the prices above, iPhone XS would start at the same price as the iPhone 8 Plus, while the iPhone XS Plus would take the starting price of iPhone X.

In Canada, iPhone 8 starts at $929, iPhone 8 Plus starts at $1059, and iPhone X starts at $1319. Can you see prices for 2018 models staying the same as last year, or increasing in price? Apple is reportedly set to offer a 512GB storage option this year, which surely will be more expensive; those using 256GB right now will find it tough to downgrade to 64GB.

How much money are you willing to shell out for an ‘iPhone XS’ or ‘iPhone XS Max’?

[via 9to5Mac]