We're pleased to confirm Apple’s latest products, the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max have now launched and are available to purchase from today, Friday 21 September. Customers will be able to pre-order the iPhone XR beginning Friday 19 October, and launching on Friday 26 October.
If you'd like to get your hands on one of these beauties, click the appropriate link below to order online, or alternatively you can call our customer services, or visiting us in-store.
With what is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated device launches of the year, we suspect many of you will have questions. Check out our extensive Q&A section immediately under this post which we hope will answer any questions you have. We will add more Q&A's over time but if you've got a question not listed, please feel free to reply to this thread and let us know.
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From £750 to £1500 for a phone I think Apple are taking the Michael and it’s obscene..
think my iPhone X will be the last iPhone I have as I’m not paying that much for a phone....
Just wondering if they have one any more ?
Apple Watch 4 - Nope - EE and Vodafone
Apple iPhone Xs Dual Sim (eSim) - Nope - EE and Vodafone
I love Refresh and dont want to leave, but seriously, I feel like I'm with a 2nd tier / class provider.
Difficult decisions to be made before Fridays ordering scamble
I think you you need to check this first regarding the Dual sim use on the IPhone.
Just to make you aware before everyone starts getting carried away.
Dual Sim is only supported by EE for the esim and not Vodafone U.K.
Also Dual sim isn’t available straight away, this will be activated later this year with a software update.
Also so before people start thinking that Dual Sim will be available if you buy from carriers.
E sim can be disabled by carriers when you purchase a iPhone from them.
note that the esim facility on the iPads is disabled by o2in the U.K.