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Apple’s iPhone XS and XS Max Now Available for Preorder Starting at $999

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After debuting both devices on Wednesday, Apple has officially made the new iPhone XS and XS Max available for preorder. Those who wish to be among the first to acquire one of the new smartphones can order theirs in advance from a variety of carriers and retailers such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Best Buy. Of course, you can also go the route many buyers will take, and that’s through apple.com.

Pricing wise, the iPhone XS starts at $999 with 64GB of storage. A step up in price gets you 256GB of storage for $1,149. There’s also a pretty massive 512GB option for $1,349. For the bigger iPhone XS Max, you’ll need to pay at least $1,099 for the 64GB option. There’s also a 256GB tier for $1,249 and a 512GB variant for a whopping $1,449. All six of these rates are pretty high for a smartphone so you’ll really have to want one of these devices in order to justify your buying decision.

For those of you wondering, the iPhone XS and XS Max come with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED displays, A12 7nm processors, dual 12MP cameras, iOS 12, stereo speakers, all-glass enclosures, and three color variations.

If you plan to preorder a XS or XS Max, you can do so from Apple’s website here.

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