This week, Apple officially unveiled its new iPhone range which go on sale on September 22. If you can't wait that long, you can pre-order the phone in Australia from 5:01pm AEST. Here are all the places to buy.
Buy the iPhone 8 outright
If you're looking to purchase the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus outright, you might as well buy direct from Apple. The 64GB iPhone 8 costs $1079, while the 256GB version costs $1329. The iPhone 8 Plus costs $1229 and $1479 for the 64GB and 256GB versions, respectively.
You should also be able to pick up the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus from a range of Australian retailers including Kogan, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi. Simply head to the front pages and compare their prices.
Here are the links:
- Pre-order the iPhone 8 from Apple
- Pre-order the iPhone 8 from JB Hi-Fi
- Pre-order the iPhone 8 from Harvey Norman
- Pre-order the iPhone 8 from Kogan
They're here! Apple's new iPhone range have finally rumbled onto the world stage with a host of improvements under their collective hoods. Some of the changes are significant, others are incremental. If you're planning to upgrade to the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, here's everything you need to know, including Australian pricing, release date and specifications.
Buy the iPhone 8 from a mobile carrier
If you're looking to buy the iPhone 8 on a mobile contract, you can expect to pay between $60 and $100+ per month, depending on the provider you choose and the type of plan you go for. Here are the links to each major Australian telco:
- Virgin iPhone 8 pre-orders
- Optus iPhone 8 pre-orders
- Telstra iPhone 8 pre-orders
- Vodafone iPhone 8 pre-orders