Prices for the latest iPhone iteration have been released through Apple’s site, with Australia’s telcos yet to release pricing at the time of writing. Pre-orders for the phone will kick off at 10pm on September 13. Three iPhone 11 models were unveiled by Apple on Tuesday. All three models have a choice of three storage options: 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. The standard iPhone 11 will feature a 6.1-inch LED Retina display, an A13 Bionic processor, and a pair of 12 megapixel cameras on its back. A 64GB iPhone 11 will cost AU$1200, 128GB will be AU$1,280, and 256GB will be $1,500. The 11 Pro and Pro Max also feature an A13 chip, but have a trio of 12 megapixel cameras on the back, as well as a 12 megapixel front facing camera. The 11 Pro has a 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR display, while the Max Pro has a 6.5-inch version of the same panel. A 64GB iPhone 11 Pro is priced at AU$1,750, 128GB is set at AU$2,000, and 256GB will cost AU$2,350. For the 11 Pro Max, the price is an extra AU$150 on top of the 11 Pro pricing. The 64GB iPhone 11 Pro Max will cost AU$1,900, 128GB will be AU$2,150, and the 256GB version tops out at AU$2,500. Related Coverage iPhone 11: A cheat sheet (TechRepublic) What business users need from the iPhone 11: Did Apple deliver? (TechRepublic) Apple iPhone 11 event: How you can still watch and what happened Apple iPhone 11 models unveiled: Specs,… [Read full story]
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