After what feels like a decade of leaks and rumour mongering, the 2019 Apple iPhone range has finally arrived. The iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max won't actually arrive in stores until September 20 - but eager beavers can pre-order their model of choice from tonight. Here are the details!
The iPhone 11 range will be available to pre-order from Apple tonight (September 13) at 10pm AEST. Australia's major telcos will also be releasing their plans at this time which you will also be able to pre-order.
The iPhone 11 is available in a choice of six colours - yellow, green, purple, black, white and red. The Pro and Pro Max will be available in the more traditional gold, space grey and silver as well as midnight green.
iPhone 11 pricing starts at $1199 in Australia - a significant markup compared to its $849 in the US. Here's what each model costs.
iPhone 11 AU pricing
- 64GB: $1199
- 256GB: $1279
- 512GB: $1449(!)
iPhone 11 Pro AU pricing
- 64GB: $1749
- 256GB: $1999
- 512GB: $2349(!)
iPhone 11 Pro Max AU pricing
- 64GB: $1899
- 256GB: $2149
- 512GB: $2499(!)
iPhone 11 plans (Telstra, Vodafone and Optus)
We'll have telco prices up at 10pm sharp, so check back if you're keen to see who has the best plans.
The wait is finally over. In the early hours of September 11, Apple unveiled its 2019 iPhone range to a throng of rapturous disciples. There are three new models to choose from including the long rumoured "Pro" version and Apple's first stab at an entry-level phone.
Here's everything Australian customers need to know, including the prices, specifications and release date.