We’ve heard so many rumors about the iPhone 7, that it’s nearly impossible to say which one is true and which one isn’t. Still, it’s important to note that there are a few common points in all these reports that seem to “unofficially confirm” a number of upgrades planned for the device.
Leaving aside the typicalspeculation, there’s a new report coming from China that claims to reveal the pricing of the upcoming lineup plus a little bit more.
First and foremost, the alleged leak points to three different iPhone versions, namely the standard 4.7-inch model, the Plus with a 5.5-inch screen, and a Pro version, which, according to previous rumors, could come with either a 5.7 or a 5.8-inch display.
There are different storage options for the next models, according to this leak, so while the standard iPhone will be available with 32GB, 64GB, and 256GB of storage, the Plus model (and the Pro, if it really exists) could come with 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB.
Rumored iPhone 7 pricing
If this is real, it confirms two different rumors that we’ve already told you about several times before: a 16GB version will no longer be provided while the top-of-the-line, as compared to 128GB on the current generation.
As far as pricing is concerned, according to this leak, the iPhone 7 will be available starting from $799 while the most expensive model will cost $1,099. The Plus version will start selling at $899 and will go all the way to $1,199 while the iPhone 7 Pro will be the most expensive and will be priced between $1,099 and $1,349. European pricing will vary depending on taxes, so these prices are based on the conversion from the Chinese Yuan to US dollar (no taxes subtracted).
Sources with knowledge of the matter have told us that the iPhone 7 will come with the same version as the current generation, so an iPhone Pro is very unlikely to see daylight. There are bigger chances to see such a model going live in 2017, when Apple is believed to be preparing a much bigger overhaul of the iPhone, so for the moment, just take this with a huge grain of salt.