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iPhone XS Series Models Now $100 Cheaper at Apple Retail Stores

Following its iPhone 11 series announcements on Tuesday evening, Apple has shaved $100 off the price of its remaining retail stock of previous generation iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max models.


Brick-and-mortar Apple stores are now offering iPhone XS models with 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage for $899, $1,049, and $1,249, respectively.

The larger iPhone XS Max now starts at $999 for the 64GB model, rising to $1,149 for 256GB storage, and $1,349 for the 512GB capacity.

The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are no longer listed on Apple's online store, having been superseded by the new iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, which are set to launch on September 20.

Out of Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup, only the iPhone XR is still available to order online, alongside its successor, the iPhone 11, which also launches September 20. Pre-orders for the all-new models begin on September 13.

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2 weeks ago
So...who would pay $900 for a year old model when the latest will be out in a week for $1000?
Rating: 28 Votes
2 weeks ago
Apple offered me £320 for my immaculate XS.

How do we go from £999 to £320 in a year?
Rating: 26 Votes
2 weeks ago
I prefer to pay 699 for the 11 to have everything better except the screen.
Rating: 16 Votes
2 weeks ago
Only $100? they should shave off at least $250 for it.
Rating: 14 Votes
2 weeks ago
Last chance to get a high-end phone supporting 3D Touch.

I love it for text editing. You can select text in addition to simply moving the insertion caret.
Rating: 13 Votes
2 weeks ago
Let's milk them as much as possible Tim!

Meanwhile, trade-in value for the XS Max 512GB is purely insulting.
Rating: 10 Votes
2 weeks ago

You think they will remove a feature from a phone that they still sell and that feature is listed in its specifications?

I’m pretty confident your talking nonsense.


As a person with a XS Max and iOS 13 b3, they’ve ****ed 3D Touch with the release of 13. Period. It was their intention from the start. It’s a **** show now.
Rating: 8 Votes
2 weeks ago

Sadly, I believe that the old iPhones that support 3D Touch will have the functionality voided the moment they install iOS 13, so until the 19th you better make good use of the feature before its gone forever...


You think they will remove a feature from a phone that they still sell and that feature is listed in its specifications?

I’m pretty confident your talking nonsense.
Rating: 7 Votes
2 weeks ago

I don’t know... I am so confused about Apple’s product line on the iPhone.
Confused and not convinced.

iPhone Xs is overpriced for a phone - at least to my standards and requirements. I could not get an XR or the new iPhone 11 because I really don’t like their look and finishes.

iPhone Pro has the same HW chip as iPhone 11 so for a stupid video/photo stuff it’s not worth the money.

Now I am still in Apple’s ecosystem with a MBP, iPad, iMac and aWatch but I need to change my phone and I will not throw out so much money on the window on any of these.
iPhone 8 will be outdated next yer. I have a 7 plus..... I really don’t know what to look for and what to do....

Someone help me out here please...

I will hang tight to the 7 plus for now, but I suspect in half year I will need to change it - battery will die and I replace the phone by then. (Not to mention 7 is outdated)


iPhone 7 supports iOS 13, will support 14 and if I am not mistaken 15 too, so not that outdated. You can change the battery for $100 and use it at least another 2 or 3 years. Simple.
Rating: 7 Votes
2 weeks ago

So...who would pay $900 for a year old model when the latest will be out in a week for $1000?

Someone who wants a phone that can still be jailbroken.
Rating: 7 Votes

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