Would you buy a $2,000 iPhone? I know some of you would

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One thing that Apple has never shied away from is robust pricing. You can spend $1,449 on an iPhone, $1,899 on an iPad Pro, and a head-spinning $13,348 on an iMac Pro.

But since Apple’s biggest cash cow — by far — is the iPhone, we can expect the pricing envelope on this device to be pushed over the coming years, and pushed hard.

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With Apple formally shifting attention away from unit sales and towards revenue, the drive to sell increasingly expensive devices to compensate for softening unit sales will increase. And since Apple’s biggest selling product (by far) is the iPhone, this

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