Apple iPhone 8 OLED display costs $120-$130 per unit, says analyst

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The device will also have wireless charging capabilities which are said to be faster than those now available.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a new report that the supply of OLED panels for the iPhone 8 is "controlled wholly by Samsung", allowing the South Korean tech giant to charge high prices for the component.

In a note to clients Tuesday, Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi listed a number of questions to which he expects answers when Apple unveils its 11th-generation iPhone and other products next week.

How Many Different Phones Will Apple Sell? The survey also found that Apple customers are more willing than buyers of Samsung or other Android devices to pay more to upgrade their phones. Bloomberg has also, on numerous occasions corroborated Kuo's claims about Apple launching three iPhones. Yet as long as the facial recognition feature works well, in a year or less, most consumers will overcome their initial reluctance to embrace this change. The iPhone X will likely start around $900. Most people won't have problems, but just do not forget to agree to meet in a very public, well lit place and only accept cash.

At this point, waiting until next week is a win-win for iPhone buyers.

Reports indicate that Apple has increased production at its production facilities in China as it looks to meet demand without any hitches.

Further, it stands to reason that the iPhone 8 - along with the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus - will arrive in stores just one week later, making a September 22 release date increasingly likely. A lot of rumors have suggested a new, 4K-ready Apple TV is coming as well as a new, slimmer, sleeker Apple Watch.

Apple is no exception, with their annual announcement scheduled for September 12th, 2017. Although, that's also a good thing. Do you think the price of future iPhones will decrease for the public if Apple introduces more partners down the road?

The iPhone-maker always live streams its launch events on its webpage.

Well, the fact of the matter is that we just don't know, because Apple observes a policy of secrecy which puts MI6 to shame. However, until next week, rumors are all we have.

If you're in the U.K. Mazuma will give you the better price for your phone, however. Will you get an iPhone X regardless of price or is $900 still too much?