With just one day to go before the official announcement of the iPhone X and iPhone 8/Plus,
there has been considerable debate about public reaction to the anticipated $999+ price-tag of the flagship phone. Barclays recently suggested that only one in five iPhone owners would be willing to pay a four-figure sum for the device, even making the unlikely suggestion that they would switch to Samsung. This was countered by a survey which found that 40% of iPhone owners were planning to buy the top-of-the-range iPhone this time around. This latter view has seen further support today. The WSJ cites one analyst suggesting that iPhone owners will prioritize an upgrade over other gadgets.
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