Apple’s just-unveiled iPhone X will start at £999 SIM–free in the UK, mirroring its $999 price tag in the US.
While the 64GB model comes in just shy of £1,000, those after the more capacious 256GB edition will need to stump up a massive £1,149.
It means the iPhone X is the most expensive mainstream smartphone available. Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 8 costs £869 without a SIM card.
Networks have yet to reveal their pricing plans. But it’s unlikely the iPhone X will be available without an upfront fee, while monthly charges could end up being as high as £100 when factoring in calls, texts and data.
The high price reflects the iPhone X’s status as Apple’s most exclusive, tech–laden smartphone ever.
The device features Face ID, which can unlock the phone with just a glance, as well as a new design that dispenses with the home button entirely.
Apple has also included a new dual lens camera with dual optical image stabilisation, as well as support for wireless charging.
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The latter will work with the company’s new AirPower charger, due out in 2018, as well as power mats that use the Qi charging standard.
Because of supply-chain issues, iPhone X pre–orders will not start until 23rd October, with a shipping date of 3rd November.
It’s available in silver and grey.