It was just a matter of time before Apple decided to make its latest iPhone more affordable and more useful for the average user.
That was the view of Apple executive VP Craig Federighi, who announced on Friday that Apple’s next iPhone will be available to customers in the UK in March.
The iPhone 8 is the company’s second flagship smartphone to come to the United Kingdom.
The first model was released in 2016 and came in at $649 for the 16GB model and $699 for the 32GB model.
Federighis announcement was the first time that Apple was making a big push into the UK market, and he said that he was “deeply excited” about the phone.
“We are extremely excited about the future of the iPhone,” he said.
The future of phones is about creating experiences for people who need it most, and Apple is committed to making sure that customers in this country get what they want. “
I’m excited about what we’re delivering in the U.K. and we’re confident we’re going to deliver the best phones in the future.”
“The future of phones is about creating experiences for people who need it most, and Apple is committed to making sure that customers in this country get what they want.
We’re excited about bringing the best experiences to the U, the first step on the way to unlocking the potential of the world’s largest smartphone market.”
The new iPhone will come in at a price of around $700 in the United States, but that’s still cheaper than the iPhone 8 Plus, which was released last year at $869 for the 256GB model with a 32GB storage capacity.
The Apple-designed iPhone 8 and 8 Plus both include Apple Pay, but the iPhone 9 is not expected to launch with Apple Pay.
Federfei also said that the iPhone 10 will be released in the coming weeks, which could be the first iPhone to include a 3D Touch feature, something that is only available on the iPhone X and the iPhone 7 Plus.
While the iPhone 12 was announced last year, it still wasn’t available to buy in the US until a couple of weeks ago.
The iPhone 12s, which will come with an 8-inch screen and a 12-megapixel camera, was the company first phone with a larger screen than its current iPhone lineup.