Here’s how to unlock an iPhone for €3,500 and buy your own tablet for less than €4.5, a new report has found.
Key points:The report said that Apple is expected to release the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in OctoberThe report also said the iPhone 8’s screen is 5.8 inches (13 cm) bigger than the iPhone 7 and the new iPhones 8 have a larger display of 9.7 inches (24.7 cm) in width.
“The Apple iPhone 8 is the most exciting smartphone in the market right now, with a display that’s larger than a Samsung Galaxy S8 and a screen that’s 5.85 inches (14 cm) wider,” said Steve Golin, chief analyst at iResearch.
“There’s also a whole new category of mobile phones that you can buy with a 6-inch screen and a 6.2-inch display, with these being a new type of smartphone.”
Apple’s latest flagship iPhone was unveiled in September 2016 and has been praised for its sleek design and performance.
However, it has been plagued by the slow release of new models due to a range of issues including overheating, battery drain, and the lack of a waterproofing.
The report, which covers devices with screens up to 6 inches, was prepared for the IHS iSuppli market research firm.
It found that, although the iPhone has had a good year, sales of unlocked iPhones are down compared to last year.
The iPhone 8 comes with an A9 processor, a 16-megapixel rear camera, an 8-megapixels front camera, a 3,000mAh battery, and an improved design.
Apple released the iPhone X with a 5.7-inch (13.5 cm) screen in October 2017, but the device is now only available in black.
Apple has been under pressure to improve its performance with a range the iPhone and iPad, which have been struggling to break into the mainstream.
Last month, Apple revealed that the iPhone 9 would be coming in late 2018, but it was unclear if it would be unlocked or not.
The new iPhone is expected in the first half of 2019.