iPhone 8 (Plus) prices - that's how much the new Apple smartphones cost

Price comparison Apple iPhone 8 Plus X Samsung Galaxy S8 Note 8

In addition to the “One More Thing” for 2017, the Apple iPhone X, there was also that at this year's September keynote, which took place for the first time in the new Steve Jobs Theater iPhone 8 and I baked the 8 iPhone Plus to marvel at. In addition to technical details that I told you yesterday in the Keynote summary you will want to know very quickly how much the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus cost. What is the price for the new Apple smartphones? I'll tell you in this post;) For comparison, I've also included prices from other models ...

How much do iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus cost? What is the price for the new Apple smartphone models? You can get answers and a comparison here!

How much do iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus cost? What is the price for the new Apple smartphone models? You can get answers and a comparison here!

iPhone 8 (Plus) price: this is how much the smartphones cost

The new “regular” Apple smartphones, the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, do not significantly break the previous price range for cell phones from Cupertino. The iPhone X is significantly more expensive in comparison with its two memory versions. But this is also due to the new technology that is in it and the 5,8 '' OLED Super Retina display. Without making a long preamble, I would now like to focus on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models. Their prices are as follows:

  • iPhone 8 (4,7 '' display) with 64GB: 799 €
  • iPhone 8 (4,7 '' display) with 256GB: 969 €
  • iPhone 8 Plus (5,5 '' display) with 64GB: 909 €
  • iPhone 8 Plus (5,5 '' display) with 256GB: 1079 €

Price comparison with other models from Apple and Samsung

If you want to classify the costs for the new Apple smartphones in the current environment of the high-end devices on the market, then you've come to the right place. For a complete overview, I have put the prices of the iPhone 8 models and other current iPhones in addition to the competition from Samsung in an overview:

Smartphone Price
iPhone 8 € 799 (64GB), € 969 (256GB)
8 iPhone Plus € 909 (64GB), € 1.079 (256GB)
iPhone X € 1.149 (64GB), € 1.319 (256GB)
iPhone 7 € 629 (32GB), € 739 (128GB)
7 iPhone Plus € 769 (32GB), € 879 (128GB)
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 999 € (64GB, expandable)
Samsung Galaxy S8 799 € (64GB, expandable)

Technical data, specs and more

I have already linked the summary of the Apple September Keynote 2017 above. There you will find further data and technical details about the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, along with the price and information about the iPhone X, Apple Watch Series 3, Apple TV 4K and so on. If you want to read more about the new Apple iPhones, look at pictures, data sheets and so on, or want to pre-order them, then you can of course do so at Apple.com do.

By the way: You can pre-order the Apple iPhone 8 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus from this Friday, September 15, 2017. The new smartphones from Cupertino will then be delivered from September 22, 2017. The iPhone X, however, can only be ordered from October , Deliveries will go out from the beginning of November.

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5 comments

  1. Horst Hader says:

    I would have been interested in the iPhone X, but this smartphone monster is totally impractical and unwieldy for me. If the IPhone X would at least also be available as a 4,7 inch model. Too bad. So I'm at least happy about iOS11, which could be easily installed on my IPhone SE 64 GB and my IPad mini2 128 GB. And with IBooks again two pages are displayed in landscape format, which is much more pleasant to read than this unspeakable one-page format. The fact that WLAN and Bluetooth can no longer be completely switched off via the new control center is annoying but not tragic. I don't see any point in it myself, but maybe you can explain it to Jens in more detail.

    • sir appleot says:

      Hello Horst! The iPhone X is at least a tad narrower than the iPhone 7 Plus and is no longer (despite the larger screen diagonal). I think if you wait another year, there will definitely be an iPhone XI in both small and large.
      Because of the control center: I think that's also very successful. I had a few orientation problems at first as I couldn't find where to choose the Airpods as headphones, but overall it's very nice. And the possibility to configure it completely yourself is of course terrific!
      Switching Bluetooth and WLAN on and off works for me without any problems. What restrictions do you have there? You can even use it to deactivate mobile data, for example if you are abroad and do not want your iPhone to "waste" data on it. I will be happy to help you if I understand exactly what does not work for you! :) LG! Jens

  2. Horst Hader says:

    WLAN and Bluetooth can only be completely switched off using the appropriate settings. When they are switched off via the new control center, they are put into a waiting state. Switching on works fine. You can see this in the new control center by the symbols. In the case of Bluetooth, the symbol is a white symbol with a brown background when it is switched off and in the settings, Bluetooth is still on, which can also be seen in the settings. Only when I turn it off is it actually off and the white symbol in the new control center is crossed out on a brown background. It is the same with WLAN with similar symbol colors. I just tried it with my iPhone. I would like to put it this way: The connections are cut, but the radio continues.

    • sir appleot says:

      Hello Horst! Yes, that's how I read it this morning. The background is probably so that certain services can be maintained that are required for the Apple Pencil or other things, for example. Current connections to other devices are interrupted, but not everything. If you really want to turn off all radio signals, you can select the airplane mode in the control center. This completely switches off Bluetooth and WLAN.

  3. Eyrie says:

    I switch off Bluetooth as usual via the corresponding entry in the settings, because after all I only need it for my Taotronics InEars. I hope or wait for an iPhone XI as you call it.

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