1. SuperLeakTX's Avatar
    I was thinking around $750 as well.
    899 for 11R
    999 for 11
    1099 for 11 max
    08-25-2019 11:28 PM
  2. Al Paca's Avatar
    I answered in another thread but thing the new XR model will be $100 more due to camera upgrades simply cause Apple can get it from customers if they price the 11 and 11 Max right.

    11R: $849
    11: $1049
    11Max: 1149

    Now you’ve got an extra $100 for R, XS model up $50, and Max up $50 and people will pay because the R will still be $200 or $300 less than the higher end while offering a great device. I thing the R is their sweet spot where they can make the most bang for their buck in my opinion.
    08-26-2019 06:08 AM
  3. FFR's Avatar
    I don’t think apple will raise or lower prices this year, they should be similar to last year.

    Real question is whether apple will discontinue the iPhone XS, like they did with the x the previous year.
    08-26-2019 06:31 AM
  4. TgeekB's Avatar
    All I know is I will never buy a new iPhone at these prices again. I will continue to, when I need an upgrade, purchase one that is a year old or so at a much more reasonable price. It will still meet my needs and have many more OS and security updates left.
    08-26-2019 06:36 AM
  5. Annie_M's Avatar
    The sticker shock on new iPhones always startles me... initially. But then I remember that I can trade in my device which saves me quite a bit of money.
    08-26-2019 09:02 AM
  6. spiff_p239's Avatar
    I answered in another thread but thing the new XR model will be $100 more due to camera upgrades simply cause Apple can get it from customers if they price the 11 and 11 Max right.

    11R: $849
    11: $1049
    11Max: 1149

    Now you’ve got an extra $100 for R, XS model up $50, and Max up $50 and people will pay because the R will still be $200 or $300 less than the higher end while offering a great device. I thing the R is their sweet spot where they can make the most bang for their buck in my opinion.
    If they do something like this, I may give the current XR a second chance if I could buy one for $650 after this year's phones are released. I don't take many pictures so the camera upgrades don't mean much to me at all. I'd love to see each model drop $100 in price.
    Al Paca likes this.
    08-27-2019 03:46 PM
  7. Golurk's Avatar
    I answered in another thread but thing the new XR model will be $100 more due to camera upgrades simply cause Apple can get it from customers if they price the 11 and 11 Max right.

    11R: $849
    11: $1049
    11Max: 1149

    Now you’ve got an extra $100 for R, XS model up $50, and Max up $50 and people will pay because the R will still be $200 or $300 less than the higher end while offering a great device. I thing the R is their sweet spot where they can make the most bang for their buck in my opinion.
    That estimate seems pretty accurate. But I don’t think (if the leaks are anything to go by) the 11R will get an OLED display this year....only next year. It better get a dual camera and a higher-res screen though.
    Al Paca and Annie_M like this.
    08-28-2019 02:10 AM
  8. ivigneshwaran's Avatar
    The price we're expecting is like 799$. But in reality it'll be as 1799$
    09-03-2019 02:10 AM
  9. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    It really doesn't matter what the price is, people will still pay it.
    09-03-2019 05:28 AM
  10. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    It really doesn't matter what the price is, people will still pay it.
    I think Apple’s days of complete price control are numbered. We saw it with iPhone XS and XS Max. They both came in well below expectations while the cheaper XR sold much better than expected. Furthermore, users are upgrading less frequently than they used to. I’ve owned every iPhone since iPhone 4 but, unless Apple blows me away next week, I’m not likely to budge this year. I just can’t justify a $1,250 (assuming Apple doesn’t raise prices again this year) investment every year for an incremental upgrade that doesn’t do a whole lot my existing phone can’t do.
    At this point Apple needs to focus on retaining users as revenue from services is their biggest opportunity and continues to grow in percentage of total revenue.
    Spencerdl and Annie_M like this.
    09-03-2019 05:38 AM
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