The renowned Apple analyst has put out vague ranges in his latest research note. And we're only days out from a potential launch event.
We've been tracking this guesswork for months now and have run from between $550 and $800 as a starting price for the basic iPhone experience.
Apple's favorite way to note year-on refinements to its iPhone series is to use an 'S.' Well, guess what sources say is gonna happen this year?
Because it will take forever and a day to charge. Actually, even if it's a legit charger that properly fast charges according to USB rules, it may not work.
This year's new iPhones may feature electronic SIMs and that may have carriers like AT&T and Verizon worried, especially as they're being investigated.
It's as fast as the rumors have envisioned and their shape looks just as rounded, too. And for many iPhone owners, charging isn't the best as it can be.
They're a little bit red-looking and don't have displays, but the ideas are shown affirm what has been rumored over the past few months.
That gargantuan 6.5-inch iPhone X (Plus) expected out this fall may not be physically larger than last year's 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus, while the next-gen 5.8-incher is expected to "use the same body" as the original X.