Early rumors on the iPhone 7s suggests a very comparable price to the previous model as both the 7s and 7s Plus will launch with a similar pricing structure. The US launch is expected to be huge, which is one of the reasons Apple will not be looking to raise the launch price as previously expected, which is great news for consumers. Earlier information obtained suggested that both the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus price would be significantly higher than the current models, but now we’re all pleasantly surprised.
With many start-ups such as Xiaomi and Lenovo launching high quality handsets at significantly lower prices, this ultimately could be one of the biggest reasons why. With Apple currently holding the top spot for manufactured smartphones with Xiaomi coming up fast, maintaining a competitive US iPhone 7s price would ultimately be the best decision.
We’ve been hearing the launch price in the US will start over $1000 for the standard “7s” model, and upwards of $1100 for the 7s Plus, but new rumors suggest otherwise. Consumers will be happy to know the 7s is likely to start at $850 here in the US and just $900 for the US iPhone 7s Plus price.
We’re hoping the above holds true as this would help Apple maintain such a large and loyal consumer base. Most consumers look forward to the newest iPhone, and the 7s release which is expected in September of 2017 is already getting plenty of attention.
It’s easy to see why with early rumors on the specs which include a larger screen, 4K display with a resolution of 4096 x 2160, 3D display, and either a retina or iris eye scanner built right in. The new eye sensing technology is expected to take mobile payment options to the next level as the added security is something that users of Apple Pay have been looking for.