We are in the very beginning stages of the holiday season and that means one thing: shopping.
Apple, with their announcement of the new iPhone 8 and X on September 12th, marked the unofficial start of the season. Along with the news came price cuts to the iPhone 6 and 7. You might be on the lookout for a new phone, and here’s what to remember when buying a phone or getting a contract for a phone.
Memory Size: Phones can get very costly, fast. For example, getting the iPhone 8 with 256GB will cost you $850 and don’t even get started on the 8 Plus and X costs. So getting the 64GB iPhone would be the smart move here and it would also save you hundreds of dollars. Besides, do you even use over 36GB? That’s more than enough for me.
This year’s model or last year’s: Now, if you want to save a buck or two, going to an iPhone 7 or 7Plus would be the best option. The price for a 7 with 32GB has gone from $649 to $549. A whole Ben Franklin saved just by getting a older model, and by the way, it’s the same thing as the iPhone 8 which comes out next week.
Camera Quality: This one is really obvious. I mean really…do I have to write it? Ok, I will. These are the most outrageous prices that most will ever see for a phone, a damn phone. However, the iPhone X has all the gadgets, bells, and whistles ever needed for any photographer. A 3D camera with a sapphire cover with a six element lens. This thing has so many gadgets that this article would be small compared to all of the iPhone X’s specs. However, pre-orders don’t start until October 27th and the phone itself won’t be available until November 3rd. Don’t even get started on pricing; prices start at $999 before taxes and storage choices. So, whichever phone you choose, remember, nothing is cheap.