A new iPhone 5s or iPhone 6 is still $200 off, but the latest models have gone up in price.
Zacks estimates that the new iPhones will be $1.2 million cheaper than the iPhones that were sold on Wednesday, and the phones are also going to be $600 cheaper than they were when the company released its iPhone price estimate earlier this month.
The iPhone 5, the latest iPhone to be released in September, is also $600 more than the iPhone 5c, the cheapest iPhone to date.
The iPhones that are still on sale for purchase on Wednesday include the iPhone 6, the iPhone 7, the iPad Pro and the MacBook Air.
“As the price of smartphones continues to drop, you can expect more price drops, but this time we’re talking $200-$300 more for every iPhone,” said Steve Blank, senior vice president of research at Zacks.
“I’m still expecting Apple to come out with a better iPhone 5 and I’m sure they’ll sell more of them.”
The iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 are still $500 off, and prices for the other new iPhones are still about $1 million cheaper.
The cheapest iPhone ever to be sold, the $1-2 million iPhone 5 has been out of production for more than two years.
The iPhone 6 Plus is still only $1 more than its predecessor.
The $1200 iPhone 6 and $1k iPhone 6S are still up to $600 and $600 less than their predecessors, respectively.
The newer iPhones are priced at $1 and $800 more than they did two years ago, respectively, and are still priced at the same prices as they were two years earlier.
Apple is expected to sell about 1.1 million iPhones in the United States this week, down from 1.3 million a week earlier.