Apple's New iPhone Lineup: iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone XR and iPhone 8


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Apr 12, 2001

With the launch of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models, Apple has overhauled its current iPhone lineup. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have been discontinued, as have the iPhone XS and XS Max, while the iPhone XR and the iPhone 8 are sticking around.

At the top of the line, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is priced starting at $1,099 for 64GB of storage, while the iPhone 8 is now the lowest cost device Apple offers, priced starting at $449 for 64GB storage.

The iPhone 11, meanwhile, is priced starting at $699, while the iPhone 11 Pro starts at $999. Apple's iPhone XR is priced starting at $549. Below is Apple's full lineup with pricing for each phone and storage tier:

iPhone 11 Pro Max

[*]64GB - $1,099
[*]256GB - $1,249
[*]512GB - $1,449

iPhone 11 Pro

[*]64GB - $999
[*]256GB - $1,149
[*]512GB - $1,349

iPhone 11

[*]64GB - $699
[*]128GB - $749
[*]256GB - $849

iPhone XR

[*]64GB - $599
[*]128GB - $649

iPhone 8 Plus

[*]64GB - $549
[*]128GB - $599

iPhone 8

[*]64GB - $449
[*]128GB - $499

These prices are for iPhones in the United States. Pricing will vary depending on country.

Apple will open up pre-orders for the new iPhones on Friday, September 13 at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time or 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time.

Article Link: Apple's New iPhone Lineup: iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, iPhone XR and iPhone 8
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macrumors newbie
Jul 13, 2018
It's funny how the entry pro models start with 64GB. If you would be a "pro" director and "record" a video in 4k 60frames it will hold for a couple of minutes footage. Clever as they are they don't offer 128gb so you have to go with 256. So it's only an entry model in theory but you actually have to buy at least the 256 version.

I'm going with the iPhone 11 128gb (currently 7) but still pissed that they don't even have a smaller version instead of this huge screen. 256gb pro is not worth the money.


macrumors 6502a
Jun 13, 2012
Love the new camera features.. huge leap forward for me.

Going for the Silver Pro Max 512.. selling my Xs 512 on Ebay... net will be something around 700ish..


macrumors 6502a
May 27, 2005
Gen 7 Wi-Fi is industry leading and a nugget Jobs would have thrown in.


macrumors member
Feb 10, 2009
Amsterdam area, Netherlands
I'm in for a new iPhone as I'm still using a SE. But those prices, it's ridiculous. It's just a f**ing phone albeit a powerful one. But I don't need that much power on my phone for my social media, my browsing, my navigation, my streaming video, my occasional game and oh yes, calling. The SE is already sufficiently powered already to do just that. What do I gain over my SE with those overpriced phones? Galileo support? Well, the 8 supports it already. Larger screen? I actually don't want a larger phone. Better camera. Yup - but when taking pictures, I prefer to use my fabulous Fuji XT.
When I drop my SE, I guess I'll just buy another SE on Craigslist or Ebay. It would then be my fourth already.


macrumors 68000
Jun 15, 2018
Expected, but the £ has devalued a lot thanks to Brexit.
Since 2017 the GBP-USD exchange rate has hovered around 1.20-1.30. So are they doing this in anticipation of the inevitable doom?

I'll be in the UK near the end of the month and if the GBP is about to crash I'd love to grab an iPhone for incredibly cheap before they jack up the prices by 50% like they did in Turkey a few years ago.
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