The brand-new auditorium is almost complete at Apple park in California and the announcement date has been set.
You may have seen all the latest news and leaks that have all but confirmed the iPhone 8 as a new and improved 7, but the big news is that the new line of iPhone is going to be named under a new moniker.
The new iPhone has hinted it will be called the “iPhone X” (to symbolise the 10th iteration of the iPhone) or the “iPhone Edition” or something completely different and unexpected. All we know is that this uncertainty is something that builds hype for Apple and they are sure to be relishing in it.
Sell on Announcement Date
We know the announcement date is on the 12th of September and we expect to see an influx of users trying to get the highest offer for their older model as prices drop significantly and are subject to volatility between announcement and release as the following graph shows.
Selling your iPhone before the announcement can result in an offer price of over £50 difference
If you are dead set on getting one of the new iterations of the iPhone, whether the upgraded model or the completely new model then follow these snippets of advice, you need to lock in a price on the day of or the day before the announcement to ensure a high price.
If you have one of the higher capacity iPhones, then these are less susceptible to the volatility. (prices below correct as of 7th September)