Even though the official introduction of the iPhone 8 is still a few short weeks away, the device has already managed to generate a fair amount of controversy. Conflicting reports regarding the inclusion of Touch ID aside, there have been a number of indications from credible sources which point to Apple’s next-gen iPhone being priced at $1,000, if not higher. In fact, a recent analyst note from BlueFin Research Partners claims that the entry-level iPhone 8 might set users back a cool $1,100, with a more premium model sporting 256GB of storage said to retail for $1,200.
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