According to CNBC today, if Apple decides to fix more than $1000 on its upcoming new iPhone, then Barclays has bad news for it.
Only 11% of respondents are willing to spend more than $1000 on iPhone, Barclays said in its report to investors. Most people only want to buy equipment for $582, or 48.5 dollars a month for 12 months.
In this group of iPhone users, iPhone is willing to spend more than $1000 in the proportion of slightly higher, nearly 18% of the consumers are using iPhone can accept this price.
Barclays's report should be bad news for apple. There are reports that the new machine iPhone 8 pricing may exceed $1200, or even up to $1400. But Barclays also said investors need not worry too much about the high price of iPhone 8. Because iPhone Plus 7 after tax, the highest selling price has more than $1000. In addition, in addition to iPhone 8, this fall, Apple will bring two new iPhone, equipment is expected to be named iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus. The two devices are also available to consumers who do not want to spend more than $1000.