Get a sense of how much Apple’s upcoming iPhones will cost in the US and what you’ll need to get started.
If you’re wondering how much you’ll be able to get for a bargain iPhone X, our article on getting a cheap iPhone will answer that question for you.
If not, then we have a list of all the cheaper iPhone X models we know about for you to get an idea of how you can get one for under $500.
If that’s not enough to convince you, then read on for a rundown of how the iPhone X is different from the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.1.
Apple’s iPhone X specs and price Apple has revealed a bunch of specs for its upcoming iPhone Xs and Xs Max.
The most important of these is that they’ll all be the same price as the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus, but the Xs Plus will cost $5,000 more.
We’ve seen similar prices for the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7, so it’s unclear if that will be the case with the iPhone 9 Plus.
There’s also a $1,000 iPhone X discount for those that want to try the new iPhone X before buying the phone.
In addition, the iPhone and iPhone X will both feature the same 10.5-inch Retina OLED display with a 1440×2560 resolution.2.
The iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus will come with a fingerprint scanner and a 5.8-inch, 2K OLED display.
The fingerprint scanner is an Apple exclusive feature and is only available for the US.
The OLED display is a high-resolution LCD display that uses the same display technology as Apple’s OLED display on the iPhone 5s.
The difference is that the OLED display has a resolution of 1280×720 and the iPhone’s 1080×1920 resolution.3.
The Xs X and Xp models will come in three colors.
The silver model will come on a gold and white color scheme, while the black model will be black and silver.
Both of these models will include a 4.7-inch display.4.
Both iPhone XS and XP models will have wireless charging, while they’ll be available in two different colors.
Silver and gold models will ship with a Qi charging port, while silver and white models will use the Lightning port.5.
Both iPhones will have dual cameras.
The top-tier Xs model will have a 12-megapixel sensor with f/1.8 aperture, while its successor will come equipped with a 12.3-megapixels sensor.
The higher-end Xs max will come preloaded with a 13-megixel sensor.
Both models will also have optical image stabilization.
The lower-end model will not come with optical image stabilizer.6.
The 12- and 15-megabyte iPhone Xp will be available for $1.99.
The 13- and 16-megabytes models will cost slightly more, at $1 and $2.99, respectively.7.
Both phones will ship in five colors.
Black and white are the two new colors available for both the 12-and 15- and the 16- and 18-meg model, while gold and silver are available for only the 16 and 18 megapixel models.8.
The 5.7″ iPhone Xd Plus is a little more expensive than the Xd, but you’ll only be able get it in a silver or black color scheme.9.
The 6.9-inch iPhone X Plus will be sold in a “Gold” and “Silver” color scheme for $999.
The same model will also be available as a silver, black, or silver color option for $929.10.
The 8.9″ iPhone Max will be priced at $2,299.11.
Both the iPhone Max and Xmax will be offered in either a silver color or a gold color option.12.
The 9.7mm iPhone Max is currently available only in a white or silver trim option, but a “Black” color option will be released at the same time.