How much will the iPhone 7 price drop after the release of Apple iPhone 8?


With Apple’s fall event draws near, most of Apple fans are expecting the release of new iPhone 8. However, there are some people who are waiting for the price drop of iPhone 7 after the release of iPhone 8. Will the iPhone 7’s price drop after that? And how much will its price drop? You may find the answer from this article.


The price of iPhone 7 declined several times since iPhone 7 goes public. Nevertheless, the price is still staying at a high level. At present, a 32GB iPhone 7 without a contract will cost you $649 except Jet Black2 version and 32GB iPhone 7 plus $769. Generally speaking, iPhone 7 and 7 plus will drop in price after the announcement of iPhone 8. And the reduced price may be $100 for both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. According to the rumors, even the basic version of iPhone 8 will be sold at a price over $1000. So iPhone 7 is a good choice for you. No matter you plan to plank out the whole cost all at once or pay by installments, you can get the discounts similarly. Buy iPhone 7 on


iPhone 8’s ROM is rumored to return to start from 64GB. If this is a real change, its rise in price seems to be reasonable. If you are not a crazy Apple fan who have to use the newest Apple product or have a limited budget, iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 plus will be your best choice. Let them try iPhone 8 first. And you can wait until it shows that iPhone 8’s new features are flawless and its system is stable. If you still want to buy an iPhone 8 at that time, it’s not late to have 3.5 mm Audio + Charge RockStar Adapter

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