With the release of any new iPhone, Apple makes some changes to the older iPhone in the lineup. This year is no different. There are some interesting changes this year. The new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X will be released to retail in September and October this year. This means that all the latest models will be on sale ready for Christmas trading.
Something interesting to note is that Apple has now removed the Special (Product)Red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus from its website, meaning it is no longer available to buy. With the bad news comes a slither of good news if you are after an iPhone 7. the iPhone 7 is now available in the Jet black finish (the glossy one) in 32GB configuration. This was exclusive to the 128GB and up variants.
By the time the iPhone X is released we will see a whopping 60 different iPhone models on offer from Apple.
The following table outlines what the choices will be.
|iPhone SE||4″||32GB / 128GB||Space Grey, Gold, Rose Gold, Silver||£349|
|iPhone 6s||4.7″||32GB / 128GB||Space Grey, Gold, Rose Gold, Silver||£449|
|iPhone 6s Plus||5.5″||32GB / 128GB||Space Grey, Gold, Rose Gold, Silver||£549|
|iPhone 7||4.7″||32GB / 128GB||Black, Jet Black, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver||£549|
|iPhone 7 Plus||5.5″||32GB / 128GB||Black, Jet Black, Rose Gold, Gold, Silver||£669|
|iPhone 8||4.7″||32GB / 128GB||Gold, Silver, Space Grey||£699|
|iPhone 8 Plus||5.5″||64GB / 256GB||Gold, Silver, Space Grey||£799|
|iPhone X||5.8″||64GB / 256GB||Black, White||£999|