Published: Thu, September 20, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Apple CEO defends pricing of new iPhones

Apple CEO defends pricing of new iPhones

The new phone, which is expected to fetch €1,179 (or €1,279 for the Max version), will launch in stores on September 21.

Apple's newest batch of iPhones begin launching later this week, and though Apple has revealed most of the specifications for each device, there are still a few that are unknown. Durable protective case made of aerospace titanium Alter Ego for iPhone XS and XS Max was more expensive flagships and will cost the owners of "Apple" technology in 2762 U.S. dollar. The Xs starts at $999 while the Xs Max has a $1,099 price tag. Of course, plenty of other people said that they still planned to upgrade to Apple's iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max despite how good iOS 12 is on their current handsets. MacRumors tracked down the listings for each individual iPhone, potentially laying the question of battery sizes to rest.

Last year, when Apple unveiled the iPhone X and the iPhone 8 Plus, people were excited to learn about a new feature called "portrait mode". Of course, battery capacities aren't indicative of real world performance and we'll only know how well the XR really works after we get our hands on the device. This would be the reason for the delay in leaving the iPhone XR.

The video offers an in-detail tutorial for taking the iPhone XS apart. Apple played up the speed of these new phones during its product announcement, and they are fast.

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The Note 9 was released on 24 August, so you can buy one right now if you like. A buyer would have to shell out Rs 76,900 for the cheapest model of the new phones, the 64 GB iPhone XR in India, while the iPhone XS would cost Rs 1,34,900.

There had been concerns that the new iPhone XS, Apple Watch 4 and other devices could be caught up in the ongoing trade war between the United States and China, with the Trump administration introducing ten per cent levies on about $200 million-worth of Chinese imports.

The iPhone X sold out in "minutes" on the first day of its release last autumn, so presumably any normie that didn't pitch a tent to be at or close to the front of the queue, didn't have to wait long to find out they weren't going to get one. The 64GB XS can be bought with their Smart Plan 150 for Dh320 per month or the Smart Plan 300 which costs Dh420 per month.

iPhone preorders open in South Africa on Friday, and the phones will be be availab from September 28.

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