iPhone 11 Price Rumor Suggests $1292 Starting Price For Smartphone

Ramish Zafar
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With September less than two months away, we're yet to see big leaks for the 2019 iPhone lineup. The only features that have consistently leaked for the three upcoming smartphones are their camera specifications. Right now, there's an unofficial consensus on the rumor mill that the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max and iPhone 11R will add a camera sensor each on their back, over their predecessors. For the iPhones 11 and 11 Max, this will be a Super Wide Angle lens, while for the iPhone 11R the new addition will be a telephoto lens. Now, we've got the first whisper for the three smartphones' price. Take a look below for more details.

Shaky Report Suggests That The iPhone 11R Will Have A $989 Price Tag, While The iPhone 11 Will Set You Back By $1292

As far as leaks and rumors go, the first one for the iPhones' prices is generally from China. Today we've got another one of these claiming to have details for the pricing of Apple's upcoming flagship smartphones. While on the surface this information sounds intriguing, we'd advise you to take it with a grain of salt primarily for two reasons.

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Firstly, since the information is uncorroborated by a secondary source, there's no knowing whether it's from reliable folks. Secondly, the publication that has shared this information has not mentioned a direct source, and the numbers look unrealistic to us. The primary point of the iPhone XR is to offer users a low-cost incentive to upgrade their gadgets and reduce the iPhone's upgrade cycle which delays the time period in which money flows in Apple's coffers. A $989 price tag for the iPhone 11R, in our humble opinion, will prove counterproductive for this objective.

Alleged Logic Board For The iPhone 11.

In addition to the alleged price tag for the iPhone 11R, today's report also has details for its larger brothers. As per the details, the iPhone 11 will cost $1292, while the larger iPhone 11 Max will leave you $1422 lighter. Keep in mind that we've converted these prices from the Chinese Yuan, so final figures are apt to be more precise than today's information. That is if this information turns out accurate.

We witnessed an interesting iPhone 11 leak this Monday, that purportedly shared images of the smartphone's logic board. Apple chose to launch the iPhone X with an 'L-shaped' motherboard, and if the latest images from the company are authentic, then we're in for another change later this year.

Thoughts? Let us know what you think in the comments section below and stay tuned. We'll keep you updated on the latest.

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