Apple Inc. to extend iPhone 7, iPhone 6s Price/worth For These Specs

Apple Inc. to extend iPhone seven, iPhone 6s Price/worth For These Specs
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Apple Inc. sells very expensive products.  Despite the fact that the company’s PCs, tablets and smartphones carry price tags well above that of most competitors, the company still commands the market with incredible strength.  That’s why Apple thinks it can increase the price of the iPhone 7, or the iPhone 6s, depending on what comes first.

Apple is apparently planning on doing just that, but for very specific reasons. Here’s a look at which specs are going to drive up the average price of the iPhone 7 or iPhone 6s. Apple CEO Tim Cook will set the prices but it’s up to customers to decide whether or not they will pay for them

It’s important to note that rumors suggest that the base models of the iPhone 7 or iPhone 6s will retain their pricing from the previous generation. It’s the options that Apple intends to offer that will increase the Average Selling Price for the iPhone. Last year Apple managed to boost that number significantly by adding the iPhone 6 Plus to its line up.

The bigger, more expensive, iPhone will be replicated this year in either an iPhone 7 Plus or an iPhone 6s Plus. Apple may also increase the average price by boosting available memory. The iPhone 6 was available with a maximum of 128 GB of memory. The iPhone 7 or iPhone 6s may come with a maximum of 256 GB.
Expect, of course, that the additional memory will be expensive. Apple usually charges $100 for each memory upgrade.
Apple may also include some customization in order to increase the average selling price of the iPhone 6s or iPhone 7. In the last week, rumors of a gold iPhone, mirroring the Apple Watch, have swirled.
A gold iPhone 7 would cost $10,000 or more, but there may be many intermediate steps that Apple could take in order to convince its customers to spend a little bit more on their smartphone. Customization with the Apple Watch has apparently been extremely successful.
With the iPhone 7 or iPhone 6s, it may be just as successful with a more significant revenue boost for the Cupertino company.
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