With everybody talking about the launch of the iPhone 7, featuring its’ new water-proof functionality, dual rear camera for the Plus, and the loss of the Headphone jack that encourages users to migrate over to their new wireless tech. Take a minute though to spare a thought for UK consumers who will be reeling from the news that Apple have upped their prices to account for the perceived weaker pound.
While spread betting sites and traders will be all too aware that the Sterling has fallen from grace ever since Britain voted to leave the EU, visit this site for more information. Many consumers would have been hoping that Apple would at least keep the price in-line with that of the US launch rather than ramp up the costs at both the device and contract levels. That being said, it appears that the new iPhone 7 is set to hit the markets with their entry-level phone priced at £599 (albeit with a new minimum spec 32GB model) up to £799 for their highest capacity model. The iPhone 7 Plus is also stepping up in price and will enter the market at £719 up to £919 depending on the memory size you opt for. Continue reading this post ->