Apple’s iPhone 8, iPhone 8 plus and the tenth anniversary flagship phone, iPhone X have officially launched.
The iPhone 8 is essentially an upgrade to the iPhone 7S – there is a new glass design, improved display, updated camera and more power from the A11 “Bionic” chip.
Furthermore, Apple have brought wireless ‘AirPower’ charging too.
Below you’ll find everything you need to know about the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, including the latest details on its price and release date.
iPhone 8 release date
- iPhone 8 pre-orders: September 15
- iPhone 8 release date: September 22
What will iPhone 8 cost?
- Phone 8 64GB: $699, £699, AU$1,079
- iPhone 8 256GB: $849, £849, AU$1,329
iPhone X release date
- Pre-orders begin Friday, October 27
- Ships starting Friday, November 3
- Supply is expected to be limited
iPhone X cost
- 64GB iPhone X: $999, £999, and AU$1,579
- 256GB iPhone X: $1,149, £1,149, AU$1,829
- US carriers are charging $42 a month
The price for the iPhone X is the most expensive Apple phone. In the US, the iPhone X costs an extra $300 than the iPhone 8.
According to techradar – US carriers like Verizon and AT&T are charging $42 a month for one year and allow you to upgrade to a new iPhone next year if you trade in your device.
The Apple’s iPhone Upgrade program starts at $49.91, but includes AppleCare+.
Customers in the US can pre-order from the Apple website.