By now, most of us have probably been looking forward to the iPhone 9’s September release date, which will finally bring the Apple-made phone to our desks.
But we were also expecting a new iPhone X and XS, and that’s what we’re here to tell you today.
Here’s how to get that phone into your hands, all while saving yourself some time.
If you’re not planning on buying an iPhone 9, there are a couple of things you can do to get a device that’s ready to go.
First, there’s the iPhone 8.
If you’re still on the fence about buying the iPhone, this is the perfect time to get your hands on the iPhone.
Apple’s first-ever iPhone 8 will go on sale September 18, and it’ll set you back $699, or about $1,000 less than the $999 price tag on its predecessor.
That’s because the iPhone 7 Plus comes with 64GB of storage, as well as a slightly more powerful processor and a bigger screen.
The iPhone 8 is also $100 cheaper than the iPhone 6s and $100 more expensive than the 6s Plus.
The iPhone 8 comes in two colors, which is a pretty good deal.
Apple uses the iPhone’s new, high-resolution OLED screen to show you more of your content, so this isn’t just a cheaper option, but one that’s better than having to flip the phone every time you want to view something new.
The screen is also brighter than its predecessor, making the iPhone look more like a TV.
Apple says the iPhone will be the best phone in its class, so the iPhone is also a good option.
You can get it at retailers like Best Buy, Best Buy’s own website, and other online retailers, but there are no Apple stores yet.
If, on the other hand, you’re looking for a better deal, the iPhone 12s is also worth a look.
This is a phone that’s slightly bigger than the 9s, with a 12.3-inch screen and 2GB of RAM, which should give you plenty of battery life for any day of the week.
There’s also a new wireless charging port that lets you charge a phone at up to 75 percent of its full capacity with just two feet of cable.
The new iPhone is still available from the Apple Store for $499.99, or $1.35 per GB of storage.
There are no deals for this phone, and the prices start at $799.99.