Apple’s hotly anticipated iPhone X is now available for pre-order.
In the US, the device starts at $US999 for the 64GB model, or $US1149 for the 128GB version. You can also buy it through Apple’s dedicated upgrade programme, with 24 monthly installments at $US49.91 or $US51.16 respectively.
Carriers are also an option, with several two-year contract options with monthly fees on upgrade programmes or reduced upfront payments to integrate with charges every month.
In the UK, the iPhone upgrade programme asks for £47.95 or £55.15 a month for two years, while the full price iPhone X costs £999 or £1,149 for the 64 and 126GB models.
The device has been said to be in severely limited supply, which could be as low as 2-3 million units stretched across over 55 countries and territories.
This means that, while the first lucky pre-orders will receive their phone exactly a week from now (November 3), the queues may easily stretch to weeks (if not months) of wait.
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