What You Need To Know About iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR

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APPLE has got fanbois hot under the collar with the unveiling of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.

The iDevice trio had few surprises in store thanks to the huge number of leaks building up to Apple’s launch event; the iPhone XS and XS Max pack 5.8in and 6.5in OLED screens, respectively, while the “low-end” XR features a 6.1in LCD ‘Liquid Retina’ screen.

All three models are the first to feature Apple’s homegrown A12 Bionic CPU, the first commercially available 7nm processor, and all come adorned with the notched display that first debuted on last year’s iPhone X.

We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about Apple’s iPhone XS, XS Max and XR below.

Release date
Apple’s iPhone XS and XS Max are now available to pre-order, with shipping to begin on 21 September.

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At the time of writing, all variants of both the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have sold out on the Apple website, with shipping for all configurations now listed as ‘one to two weeks’.

Pre-orders for the iPhone XR begin on 19 October before the handset starts shipping on 26 October.

Price
Apple is taking pre-orders for the iPhone XS and XS Max. Here in Blighty, the XS will fetch £999, £1,149 and £1,349, while the XS Max will set you back £1,099, £1,249 and £1,449, respectively.

The iPhone XR, which will be offered with 64GB, 128GB or 256GB storage, will be priced at £749, £799 and £899, respectively, when it goes on sale next month.

BT is taking iPhone XS and XS Max pre-orders. For its broadband customers, the iPhone XS can be picked up for £70 a month with a £25 upfront cost, while the iPhone XS Max is available for £75 a month with a one-off fee of £35.

EE is offering the iPhone XS from £68 per month, plus £70 upfront, including a 4GB monthly data allowance. The iPhone XS Max is available from £78 per month, plus £70 up front, including a 10GB monthly data allowance.

O2 is offering the iPhone XS for £29.99 on a £63.50 per month tariff, and the iPhone XS Max on a more expensive £66.50 per month contract.

Three is flogging the iPhone XS from £51 per month with a £99 upfront cost, and the iPhone XS Max from £54 per month.

Vodafone’s pre-order pricing for the iPhone XS begins at £54 per month with a £199 upfront cost, while the iPhone XS Max is available for £58 per month with a £269 one-off fee.

Virgin Mobile has the cheapest deals on offer. It’s selling the iPhone XS from £41 per month, and the iPhone XS Max from £46 per month.

In the US, the iPhone XS and XS Max can be pre-ordered at AT&T, Best Buy, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.

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