We are expecting three versions of the iPhone 8 this year, a 4.7 inch model and two 5.5 inch models, one of these is rumored to come with an OLED display.
According to a recent report by Fast Company, the top model cost cost more than $1,000 and Apple is expected to make a number of design changes to this years iPhone.
We previously heard that the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus would feature a glass back and the frame of the handset would be made from stainless steel instead of aluminum.
At the moment the top iPhone 7 Plus with 256GB of storage cost $969, so the top iPhone 8 Plus with the OLED display may retail for more than $1,000.
Apple are expected to announce their new iPhones in September, these new iPhones are expected to come with iOS 11 which Apple is expected to announce at their WWDC later this year.
Source Fast Company
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