• The biggest problem with the iPhone 8 is that it might cost $1,000

    One year ago - By Business Insider

    What a pickle.
    Apple probably wants to go all-out for its tenth anniversary iPhone when it arrives this autumn, packing the device with new features and a refreshed design. That might mean charging $1,000 in the US and £1,000 in the UK for a top-of-the-line device.
    But its biggest rival, Samsung, has just offered up the Galaxy S8 for £689 in the UK, so Apple needs to keep pricing realistic.
    Analysts are split on whether Apple might stick the $1,000 price tag on the high-end iPhone. But a new analyst note from Longbow, sent to investors on Tuesday, offers more proof that Apple should at...
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  • Apple to use recycled resources to manufacture iPhones

    One year ago - By The Mobile Indian

    In its Environmental Responsibility Report, Apple placed its goal for closed-loop supply chain where ‘one day' the company will only use renewable resources to manufacture its products.
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  • 10 Reasons Galaxy S8 Beats the iPhone 7

    10 Reasons Galaxy S8 Beats the iPhone 7

    One year ago - By Tom's Guide

    From its sleek design and superior display to a plethora of features Apple just doesn't offer, here's why the Galaxy S8 blows away the iPhone 7.
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  • Apple Design, Supply Issues Might Delay This Year's iPhone Release

    One year ago - By Mobile Tech Today

    There's speculation that Apple might come out with its next iPhone later than expected due to design and supply issues. Apple is said to be exploring new features that could push back the launch date.
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