11-09-2019 11:21 - edited 11-09-2019 11:28
For those asking about the 7th Gen iPad or Apple Watch Series 5, I've just updated the Q&A's we had for those. See below, but in a nut shell we will be ranging this with pre-orders this week - we're just working through the finer details and will share more info soon.
Q. Are you going to be stocking the new 7th Generation iPad?
A. Yes, we will offer the new 7th Generation iPad on pre-order this week. We're just working through the finer details and will share more on this soon.
Q. Will you be ranging the Apple Watch Series 5?
A. Yes, we will offer the new Apple Watch Series 5 on pre-order this week. We're just working through the finer details and will share more on this soon.
on 12-09-2019 21:39
on 13-09-2019 13:02
on 13-09-2019 14:06
@SaintRC Which one did you go for?? I'm curious about both the model and the colour
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13-09-2019 14:08 - edited 13-09-2019 14:20
Just a heads up for everyone as I've just noticed this.
Anyone who bought a XS Max - and presumably other models - last year (myself included) has been totally overcharged by O2.
Why? Because they are charging LESS for the new iPhone 11 Pro Max than they were for the iPhone XS Max despite Apple actually increasing the device price by £50 from last year to this year. So the phone price has gone UP by Apple and gone DOWN by O2. Someone tell me how this is fair?
The example of my own phone:
I got the iPhone XS Max 256GB from O2.
Apple's price = £1,249.00
Price on my O2 contract = £1,407.99
Cost difference between RRP & O2 = £158.99
The new iPhone 11 Pro Max 256GB.
Apple's price = £1,299.00
Price shown on O2 for device on same contract = £1,391.95
Cost difference between RRP & O2 = £92.95
Basically people buying this years model are paying £66.04 LESS for the equivalent device than people paid last year, despite this years model being £50 MORE expensive RRP. What the hell O2?
on 13-09-2019 14:16
No one is interested in this year's minor upgrades so all networks will have to cut their prices to shift them on.
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone7 (EE)
13-09-2019 14:19 - edited 13-09-2019 14:20
less "happy" with the price than simply that was the price take it or leave it... lol
i just find it ridiculous that this years models have jumped up in price yet O2 are charging less for them than last year.
I am now finding myself paying more now for an older - and cheaper- device, and more for a substantially worse tariff (20GB vs 90GB offered now for same price) than people buying the new phones. So yeah im a bit *bleep* off tbh