iPhone 8: 4GB RAM, 5.5″ 1080p display, 32GB storage, $999 price

iPhone 8: 4GB RAM, 5.5″ 1080p display, 32GB storage, $999 price

Apple will launch its iPhone 8 with a 4GB of RAM and a 5.6″ 1080P display, which is the highest pixel density ever seen in a smartphone.

The iPhone 8 will also sport a 32GB capacity, with the iPhone 8 Plus, which launched with 4GB and 16GB of storage, coming in at $999, according to sources familiar with the pricing.

The 4GB iPhone 8 is the most expensive iPhone ever, and the 5.7″ screen is the second highest ever.

Both the 4GB phone and the 4.5GB phone have 4G connectivity, which makes it a great device for the people who don’t have cellular networks, but don’t want to wait to buy a phone that can take advantage of its high-speed LTE connectivity.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8+ will be available in two colors, Black and Blue, but the 4G iPhone 8 only comes in Black.

The 4G phone will come with a 128GB storage option and will be priced at $949, which will be $100 less than the iPhone 7 Plus.

Both the 4 and 4.3GB phones will be made by Foxconn, which has been working on the iPhone for the last year, sources told The Hindu.

The 5.8″ screen will be offered in the Black, Blue and Silver colors.

The $949 price of the 4 GB iPhone 8 would be a bit too high, though, given that the 5G iPhone is priced at about $1,000 more than the 4, 5, and 6G iPhone models.

The iPhones 8 will be the first iPhone to ship with a 64-bit processor, as Apple has been pushing for for the past several years.

The 64-bits have helped Apple to beat rivals such as Samsung, which introduced its own Snapdragon processor last year.

The chip is the same chip found in the iPhone 6S, which sells for around $1 for the 64-core chip.

The 32GB iPhone will have a 512GB storage capacity, while the 64GB iPhone is slated to be priced around $949.

The 128GB iPhone 7 will be a cheaper option at $1.99.

The new iPhones will feature a new design, as the previous iPhone models had the same design.

The company has decided to ditch the circular iPhone logo in favor of a more flat design, according the sources.