Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
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Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max are now available for pre-order

Apple's iPhone XS and XS Max are now available for pre-order

If you've followed Wednesday's announcements, there's nothing new here: The iPhone XS starts at $999, while the iPhone XS Max starts at $1,099. They are all Live wallpapers which means you can press on the screen to watch them animate.


The price reduction has also hit the Apple iPhone 7 which is now selling for under Rs 40,000 in the country, while the iPhone 8 Plus is still on the pricier side at Rs 69,900. The dongle will still be available to purchase separately from Apple and third-party official resellers. The cheapest new iPhone is $750 and prices quickly climb up to $1,450. However, this freebie is available in the form of service credit paid out during the two years that you lease the phones. Among others, it turns out you'll need a QR code or a carrier app from an eSIM-supporting network to activate the functionality, with an unlocked iPhone obviously required to be able to use two different carriers, and no double CDMA compatibility. Now, AnTuTu has shared a new screenshot which reveals that the Apple A12 powered iPhone XS handset has recorded a marvelous score of more 363k. While pre-ordering an iPhone XS - 64GB variant, trade in an eligible phone and sign-up with Sprint Flex Lease for an 18 months. Whether you're the type of person who buys the new iPhone every year or your current phone is getting creaky with age and it's time to upgrade, you're probably wondering when these new devices will come out.

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