Monday, 20 August 2018

New report claims 2018 iPhone pre-orders will open on September 14

New report claims 2018 iPhone pre-orders will open on September 14

A new report claims that Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup could become available for pre-order on Friday, September 14th, according to Macrumors, which means consumers may be able to get their hands on the next iPhone in a matter of weeks.

It comes as Apple's annual iPhone launch event is slated to be held next month.

Macerkopf reported that German mobile carriers were told to begin planning for pre-orders to take place on September 14th.

Apple's iPhone launch event typically takes place during the second week of September so it would make sense for pre-orders to kick off shortly after that.

The tech giant hasn't yet announced when its September event will take place.

Last year, Apple launched the iPhone 8/8 Plus and the iPhone X on September 12th, with pre-orders beginning on September 15th.

Rumors have been circulating for months about what Apple could launch this year.

New report claims 2018 iPhone pre-orders will open on September 14

Many believe that Apple will release three new iPhones in the fall - a 5.8-inch model, 6.1-inch iPhone and a super-sized 6.5-inch 'XL' version.

According to longtime Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the 6.1-inch iPhone would retain many of the features used in the iPhone X, but would likely have a cheaper price tag than the 10th anniversary device.

The 6.1-inch device would be Apple's cheapest model in the lineup at a price of $799, analysts have suggested.

Meanwhile, the 5.8-inch model would be a mid-range option with a $899 price tag.

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