APPLE has unveiled its new iPhones at a special event at its California HQ.
The iPhone XS is the flagship model for 2018, replacing (and borrowing its design from) last year’s popular iPhone X.
What are the UK prices for the new iPhones?
The iPhone XS with a 5.8-inch screen is available with 64GB, 256GB and 512GB for £999, £1,149 and £1,349.
As expected, it features Face ID facial recognition technology and comes in two sizes.
There’s also a bigger 6.5-inch version too which is called the iPhone XS Max, and has the biggest screen ever featured on an iPhone.
Prices the iPhone XS Max are £1,099 for 64GB, £1,249 for 256GB and £1,449 for 512GB.
The 512GB iPhone XS Max now becomes the biggest and most expensive iPhone ever.
The phones come in three different colours — silver, gold and space gray.
The iPhone XS will be available to pre-order from Friday, with a release date set for September 21.
The tech giant has also launched the iPhone XR.
It’s separate from the core iPhone XS series, and is designed as a cheaper option, with a less premium LCD screen.
For 64GB you’ll pay £749, for 128GB £799 and for 256GB £899.
Despite being a more budget model, it’s got many high-end features – including the swanky all-screen design introduced with last year’s iPhone X.
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That means it also boasts Face ID facial recognition, just like the pricier iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
The phone is available in the following colours: White, Black, Blue, Yellow, Coral, and (Product)Red.
This model will come later than the iPhone XS – pre-orders open on October 19, before shipping on October 26.