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The AirPower of the iPhone X could cost more than € 200



While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have been on sale for more than a month, the iPhone X is about to launch internationally on November 3.

The iPhone X is the smartphone of the tenth anniversary, and therefore has some features, features and exclusive news. In addition, it has a completely renovated design without start button , with reduced side bezels and an OLED screen that covers the entire front of the mobile device.

But, despite their differences, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X models have one thing in common. A technology that is highly anticipated by iOS users: wireless charging .


To use wireless charging on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X, you will have several options in the market. But Apple will recommend using its AirPower charging dock, a device sold separately.



Having said that, the possible price of Apple's AirPower dock has recently been leaked. The gadget does not yet have a fixed launch date , but it is expected to be commercialized at the beginning of 2018.

Will the Apple AirPower cost $ 199?

A retail store in Poland has published a list of AirPower units that can give us clues about the final price of the AirPower. The X-Com store has revealed that its cost would be 999 zł , which would be $ 270.

But, usually, Apple products that cost $ 270 usually cost $ 199 in the United States for that of additional export costs and tax rates abroad . Therefore, the sources suggest that the final price of the AirPower would be $ 199.


Now, if we take as an example Apple's AirPods, which cost $ 159 in the United States and € 179 in Spain ... the most logical thing is to think that the AirPower of the iPhone X would cost around € 219 .


Luckily, consumers do not have to use Apple's official charging dock. You can also opt for much more affordable alternatives like these wireless chargers for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.

Source | Think Apple

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