Right Here’S How Apple Should Get Humans To Buy A $1,000 Iphone

Wall Street is expecting Apple will roll out iPhone 8 models at prices above $1,000 later this year.
“Based on our estimates, incremental iPhone 8 unit sales because of such bundling could drive revenue and earnings-per-share accretion” for Apple.
Barclays believes the smartphone maker can overcome buyer sticker shock by including one-year subscriptions to popular Apple services such as Music and iCloud storage with the more expensive iPhones.
Moskowitz estimates the free one-year subscriptions of Music and iCloud, worth $120 and $36, will cost Apple $43 and $7 to service.
Moskowitz reiterated his equal weight rating for Apple shares and $146 price target, which is 11 percent lower than Wednesday’s closing price.

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