CLEVELAND, Ohio – Not only will consumers have to wait longer than usual for Apple's iPhone 8. They'll also have to pay more than ever.
A new report from finance company Goldman Sachs predicts the iPhone 8 will come in two models. The 128GB version could cost $999 (more than any other version of the iPhone to date) and a 256GB would come in at $1,099.
These are just estimates. But Apple is expected to at least unveil the iPhone 8, along with the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, during an event in September. Though, it's expected the iPhone 8 won't be available until 2018, due to how advance its technology is.
The iPhone 8 is expected to feature an OLED screen covering the entire front of the phone, with no home button. It will also likely come with Apple's most advance processor yet.
The iPhone 7S and 7S Plus models should be available this year and would cost $649 and $769, respectively, according to Goldman Sachs.
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