- Benjamin Gesking revealed the three memory variants of iPhone 8
- The variants will cost $999, $1099, and $1,199
- However, there is no official information regarding the same
The iPhone 8 is expected to come in three memory variants 64GB, 256GB and 512GB that are expected to be priced at $999, $1099, $1199. The information is provided by popular tipster Benjamin Geskin, who took it to Twitter today to share the information.
As the anticipation for the upcoming iPhone is increasing with each passing day, the intensity of leaks has also increased to a great extent. Recent being, prices of the three expected memory variants have been revealed by tipster Benjamin Geskin. It is similar to the earlier leaks that revealed that the device will cost between $1000 and $1,100.
64 GB: 999$
256 GB: 1099$
512 GB: 1199$
— Benjamin Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) September 4, 2017
To recall, the Apple is expected to launch the device on September 12. The device is expected to host a bezel-less design with a slight notch on the top for speaker and 3D sensors. The device will come in all glass design and is most likely to replace the Touch ID with face detection sensors. There is a dual camera setup on the rear, placed vertically.
Earlier reports led the world to believe that the September 12 event will witness launch of three smartphones from Apple including iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8. The first two being the iterative upgrade to iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, while the latter was said to be the anniversary special by the company.
A new tip released earlier today also suggested that there will be no upgraded variants of iPhone 7, but the three smartphones to be launched on September 12 will include iPhone 8, iPhone 8s and iPhone X Edition. And now the new tweet by Geskin reveals three memory variant of iPhone 8 with their expected price, once again creating confusion as what the anniversary device will be named.
These are the speculated memory variants of the smartphone, while there is no official statement regarding price of the upcoming smartphone, so it is advised to take it with a pinch of salt. One can only wait for September 12 to see what Apple has got up its sleeves.