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A few minutes later than announced — should’ve been 3 a.m. ET but it was actually at 3:10 am. ET — Apple has opened up pre-orders for the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max and Apple Watch Seres 4 on its website.
If you’ve followed Wednesday’s announcements, there’s nothing new here: The iPhone XS starts at $999, while the iPhone XS Max starts at $1,099.
The Apple Watch Series 4 costs $399 sans LTE, and $499 with LTE.
All three devices will start shipping Sept. 21.
Note that in past years, new colors went out of stock faster than others; expect the gold iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max to disappear quickly.
The third iPhone announced on Wednesday, the “affordable” iPhone XR, is coming a bit later; pre-orders start on Oct. 19, and shipments will commence on Oct. 26.