iPhone 11 Now Available for Pre-Order

  • Apple has officially started taking pre-orders for the new-generation iPhone that the company announced earlier this week at the dedicated event on September 10.

    The three models are called iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and they can be pre-ordered right now from Apple’s online store.

    iPhone 11 replaces the iPhone XR in Apple’s lineup and starts at $699, while the iPhone 11 Pro, which is a new model to succeed the iPhone XS, is available from $999. iPhone 11 Pro Max, an upgraded version of the iPhone XS Max, can be yours from $1,099.

    All three iPhones will hit the shelves in one week on September 20, at which point you will be able to purchase them from both the Apple Store and authorized resellers.
    "Last LCD iPhone"

    One particular highlight this year is that the iPhone 11, which replaces the iPhone XR, is the last model to come with an LCD screen, as Apple is expected to make the full switch to OLED beginning with the 2020 generation.

    iPhone 11 is also more affordable than the iPhone XR, as the pricing starts at $699 for the base model, versus $749 in the case of the model it replaces. Most likely, this is an attempt to expand the iPhone lineup in an attempt to allow it to tackle more markets at the same time, especially as all iPhone models have always been offered with a premium price tag.

    Apple is also expected to launch a refreshed iPhone SE next year to tackle the mid-range market. This second iPhone SE could be an upgraded version of the iPhone 8, featuring a 4.7-inch LCD screen and coming with a price tag of approximately $399.

    Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 lineup is the best of the best in the Apple smartphone range, and you can pre-order yours from the official Apple Store website right now.