Tuesday, 12 September 2017 () SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Just how much are you willing to pay for the latest iPhone? How does $1,000 sound? On Tuesday, Apple is expected to unveil a dramatically redesigned iPhone at the first product event it's holding at its new spaceship-like headquarters in Cupertino, California. True to its secretive ways, Apple hasn't confirmed what it will be announcing, though a financial forecast issued last month telegraphed something significant in the pipeline. The souped-up "anniversary" iPhone, which would come a decade after Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs unveiled the first version, could also cost twice what the original iPhone did. It would set a new price threshold for any smartphone intended to appeal to a mass market.
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