Apple is likely to cost more for the giant screen version of iPhone 6, which is likely to be launched in a couple of months after the 4.7-inch design hits the stores, says a new report. A research note by Raymond James analyst Tavis McCourt has disclosed that gadget fans are ready to pay more for a giant screen device, contradicting earlier reports that price of iPhone 6 might drive potential buyers away.
“Apple will likely charge a $100 premium for the 5.5 inch version that media reports have suggested will be available a few months after the 4.7 inch version,” McCourt mentioned in the research note accessed by WSJ’s MarketWatch.
“Our June consumer survey points to continued growth in the willingness of iPhone users to pay $100 more for a bigger screened iPhone, with now a full one-third of survey respondents willing to pay a $100 premium,” he added.
Apple’s iPhone 6, which is likely to be launched sometime in September or October, is likely to come with additional features, like as iOS 8, a faster processor, a much better camera and compatibility with the iWatch, the company’s next wearable device.