Here's how much the high-end iPhone X costs in Australia and when you can buy it

Apple announced the iPhone X at its iPhone event in Cupertino, California on Tuesday.

You can pre-order the iPhone X, Apple’s highest-end iPhone, on October 23 from Apple’s website. It will hit retail stores on November 3.

The iPhone X, pronounced “iPhone ten,” starts at $1579 in silver and space grey. The 256GB iPhone X will cost $1829.

Apple also released two other iPhones that are less expensive, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The iPhone 8 will be available in 64GB and 256GB for $1079 and $1229, respectively.

You can order those devices on September 22.

Here’s what Apple’s iPhone lineup looks like now:

All up, Apple announced 3 new iPhones, a 4K Apple TV, and the Apple Watch 3.

Apple TV 4K will be released on September 22 and will cost $249 for the 32GB version and and $279 for the 64GB version.

The Apple Watch will be available on the same day. One model has built in mobile access and will cost $US399 in the US; the other has no mobile access and will cost $329 in the US.

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