iPhones could cost £2400 by 2030

Saf Malik
November 6, 2020

Smartphone prices could increase exponentially, Uswitch research suggests

Uswitch research has indicated that iPhone’s could cost over £2000 by 2030.

The research shows that in the last ten years, iPhones have increased in price by around 120 per cent.

In 2010, the iPhone 4 was released and cost just £499. In comparison to last month’s release of the iPhone 12 Pro Max that will set customers back £1399 for the 512GB variant of the device.

If future iPhones continue this trend, a model could cost upwards of £2400 by 2030.

More information on the best selling handsets from 1995 to 2020 can be found here.

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