The question that begs and answer is whether the Apple fans and regular Apple iDevices shoppers will get discouraged by the new price, or they will still build a line in front of their favorite carrier’s doors in order to get the iPhone 6. So far, specialists consider the price shouldn’t be a problem. In the words of some specialists,
there is sufficient demand for a new iPhone, as evidenced by the long lines and supply shortages that arise every time a new model is released. And, too, the iPhone has no real existential threats from other manufacturers, as Misek notes: Though Samsung’s phones are popular, they are nowhere near popular enough to dethrone the iPhone. New phones from Samsung, HTC, and Nokia this year are probably not radical enough to take momentum away from the record-crushing Apple.
In other words, the iPhone 6 is the cell phone of the year, no matter what the competitors bring in new on the market, so economically – wise, the price should not be a problem for anybody.
But if you were just waiting for the iPhone 6 and the rumored new price makes you think again about the whole deal, don’t feel too bad. If we take a look deeper into the matters, we will find out that Peter Misek isn’t quite the most reliable reporter when it comes to Apple news, as he was proven wrong before. However, the confirmation should come from the carriers and even if the iPhone 6 is rumored to cost $100 more, this doesn’t mean you won’t be able to get one. Patience and high hopes is enough for the time being.