“We are less than a week from getting the official look at Apple’s iPhone 7, and the leaks just won’t stop coming,” Ben Sin reports for Forbes. “Coming from Anzuo.cn, a Chinese website with a reliable track record of Apple leak, has new information on the iPhone 7′s pricing in China and Hong Kong.”

“Apparently, Apple will sell its usual three storage models of the iPhone 7 at 5,288 RMB, 6,088 RMB, and 7,088 RMB, and HK$5,588, HK$6,388, HK$7,388,” Sin reports. “These prices are comparable to the price of the iPhone 6S (even right now, nearly a year old! Say what you want about Apple products, but they don’t lose market value like Android phones), but there’s one big bonus for consumers: Apple has doubled the storage of all three models.”

Sin reports, “Whereas the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus came in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB variants, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will ship with 32GB, 128GB and 256GB storage.”

The middle column is of mainland China prices, and the right is Hong Kong prices. Credit: Anzuo.cn

The middle column is of mainland China prices, and the right is Hong Kong prices. Credit: Anzuo.cn

 

MacDailyNews Take: Things with value hold their value. Valueless things made and purchased by those without values do not.

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MacDailyNews Take: Hopefully, these prices are genuine and will be applied across all geographies.

Regardless, calendar fourth quarter will set an all-new quarterly iPhone unit sales record. — MacDailyNews, August 8, 2016

And iPhone sales will return to YOY unit sales growth in Apple’s fiscal 2017.