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As the smartphone wars rage on, there’s an onslaught of new iPhones released every year. For the past few years, Apple has made its iPhone lineup more complex by releasing multiple version of the iPhone each year.
We’ve tracked down prices from around the internet to answer the question, “How much does the iPhone cost?” We break down the prices for all the models you can buy online from Apple, Walmart, Best Buy, and the four major cellular providers — Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T— as well as the price on Amazon with Simple Mobile Prepaid.
Before getting into the details, the prices we’re listing are based on the lowest possible storage amount (64GB for the iPhone XS to 8, 32GB for the iPhone 7, and 16GB for the iPhone 6S). If you want more storage, the price will be higher.
Also, as we get to the models that are a few years old, there may not be an option to buy it new. You can also read our full iPhone buying guide for more buying recommendations and advice.
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