Apple has just officially launched its new iPhone X. The iPhone X, codenamed “Max”, is the first device to use a 12-inch OLED display and comes with a whopping $1.300 price tag, which includes a $25,000 upgrade to a 128GB model that comes with the iPhone X Plus.
In addition, the iPhone has also gone up to $1 for 32GB storage.
The iPhone X will be available on June 12 for $1 and is priced at $1 the full price of its predecessors, the $1 iPhone X and $1 iPhones XS and XS Plus.
The price drops to $299 for the 32GB version and $299 the 64GB model.
The new iPhone is expected to launch on September 18, but the price is yet to be announced.
The $1 price is $25 more than the iPhone 7 Plus.
It’s also the same price as the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone 9 Plus.
In a previous report, we said that the $5 price tag for the 64 GB model would be $10 more than a standard 32GB model, but that was incorrect.
It has now been updated with a new $2 price tag.
The other major new feature of the new iPhone comes with its OLED screen.
The new model is available in a 16:9 aspect ratio, and that is not only the largest available but also the most expensive OLED display.
Apple claims that it will have the largest screen on any smartphone on the market.
This is good news for those who love to look at photos with a wider angle.
Apple also claims that the screen is “perfect for selfies and video”.