Posted October 08, 2019 16:23:40 In a recent interview with the Canadian Press, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the iPhone 8 and iPhone X are the two most expensive devices in the iPhone lineup.
Apple’s iPhones are currently selling for more than $2,000 each, while the new iPhone X retails for $1,000 and up.
However, Cook’s claim of the two phones’ cost is based on their respective launch price.
Cook has previously stated that the phone will cost about $1.7 billion in the United States alone, while that number is inflated by the $1 billion Apple raised for the iPhone 7 Plus in its initial public offering.
As of today, the iPhone’s launch price is $1.,299.
That’s a price of $1 more than the iPhone 10S and $1 cheaper than the $699 iPhone 8 Plus.
This suggests that the price for the new iPhones is not set at the original launch price, but rather at the iPhoneX launch price of just $1 above the iPhone.
Cook’s $1 price for Apple’s flagship iPhone, the $999 iPhone X is more than a dollar cheaper than that of the original iPhone 8.
It’s also a lot cheaper than any other iPhone launch price in the last two years, which makes sense, as Apple is hoping to sell the new device at a much lower price than its original iPhone X launch price when it launches in mid-October.
The price difference between the two iPhone launches, however, isn’t the only thing to consider.
The iPhoneX and iPhone 8 both have dual cameras that can capture up to 2K video.
If the price difference is a result of how much video is captured, then Cook’s $2 price is even more inflated by that difference.
This price difference could be due to the way the iPhone has been designed, as it uses both a standard camera and an UltraPixel camera.
This means that the Apple team has had to add a camera to both the iPhone and the iPhone8X to make them compatible with the same cameras.
In addition, the price gap between the iPhone 9 and iPhone 9 Plus is also a result.
As the new Apple iPhone launches on October 10, we’ll be able to get a better idea of how the two iPhones stack up.