The new iPhone XS, XS Max and XR are official and the prices are steep. The good news is that the older models just got cheaper. Well, some of them, the iPhone X is dead – replaced by the iPhone Xs. The iPhone 8 and even iPhone 7 models live on, however, at new prices.
These prices are for the base models of each device. You can check the original starting costs of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus to compare the drop.
|Country||iPhone 8||iPhone 8 Plus||iPhone 7||iPhone 7 Plus|
|US||USD 600||USD 700||USD 450||USD 570|
|Canada||CAD 820||CAD 950||CAD 630||CAD 790|
|Australia||AUD 980||AUD 1,150||AUD 750||AUD 930|
|Germany||EUR 680||EUR 790||EUR 520||EUR 650|
|Italy||EUR 720||EUR 830||EUR 550||EUR 680|
|UK||GBP 600||GBP 700||GBP 450||GBP 570|
|Russia||RUB 52,000||RUB 60,000||RUB 39,000||RUB 50,000|
|UAE||AED 2,550||AED 2,970||AED 1,900||AED 2,400|
|Hong Kong||HKD 5,200||HKD 6,100||HKD 3,900||HKD 4,900|
Hmm, the way I can see it: Small: iPhone SE (not waterproof) Medium: iPhone 7 < iPhone 8 < iPhone Xr < iPhone X < iPhone XS Large: iPhone 7 Plus < iPhone Xr < iPhone 8 Plus < iPhone XS Max Although looking at all these...
So expensive. You can buy new android flagship.
In USA you can get a certified refurbished iPhone 7 from $380 + TAX from the Apple website