Alleged IPhone 6 Pricing In Hong Kong Gets Revealed

Posted: Sep 4 2014, 7:47am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Alleged iPhone 6 pricing in Hong Kong gets revealed
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Comparison with iPhone 5s in US and Hong Kong suggests the 4.7” might start at $799 in the US

In one of the much anticipated leaks, we have finally got some hold on the hints dropped on the iPhone 6 pricing. This alleged pricing of the upcoming Apple smartphone has made the rounds today on the internet and the leak tells us the possible price tags of both the 4.7 inch and the 5.5 inch versions. So according to the leaks, the 4.7 inch variant of the iPhone is going to cost 6,663 HKD ($860), 7,671 HKD ($990), and 8,679 HKD ($1,119). The prices are obviously varying according to the storage options you choose which include 16, 32, and 64GB of built-in memory respectively.

Moving on to the 5.5 inch version, which we had already understood would be more expensive due to its larger size and more powerful hardware, is going to cost 7,923 HKD ($1,022) for a 16GB model, 8,931 HKD ($1,152) for a 32GB unit, and 9,687 HKD ($1,250) for a device with 64GB of onboard memory. These prices were leaked in Hong Kong and though we have converted the prices according to the current exchange rates, yet we can be sure if these prices will be found in the US. But if we are to base our judgment on the existing iPhone 5s and make a comparison between the US and Hong Kong then we can safely bet that the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 will start at a price of $799, with extra $100 required for each jump in memory.

source: tktechnews

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