As anticipated in the past weeks, Apple's latest iteration of the iPhone, the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, the iPhone 11 Pro Max along with the Apple Watch Series 5 arrived worldwide in stores today. Sticking to tradition, the iPhones arriving on shelves saw a host of customers lining up to witness and try out Apple's latest offerings in person.
The latest from the Cupertino firm arrive on shelves hot on the heels of the general availability of the iOS 13, which was released yesterday. Apple also celebrated the reopening of its iconic Cube after a renovation period that lasted for two years.
There is also a new trade-in program for the iPhones, which offers discounted prices for exchanging your older iPhone depending both on the model you're buying and the phone you're swapping it for. Case in point, you can buy the new iPhone 11 for $399 (instead of $699) if you trade-in an iPhone 8, or the iPhone 11 Pro for $599 (instead of $999) or the iPhone 11 Pro Max for $699 (instead of $1099) if you trade in an iPhone X. There's also the option to pay for the new devices on a monthly basis. The installments for the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max are $17, $25, $29 per month, respectively.
However, we are still waiting for the public build of the iPadOS and iOS 13.1, which Apple has claimed will be available starting September 30.