In each case, the iPhone 11 starts at $ 50 less than its predecessor, the iPhone XR, the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max will be the same as the launch prices of the models they replace – the iPhone XS Y XS Max. See how things compare, high-cost, around the world, but, because, as always, the exchange rates used by Apple aren’t supposed to be right, from money to money.
Here are the prices for 64GB base models on your home.
|Country||iPhone 11||iPhone Pro 11||iPhone 11 Pro Max|
|WE||$ 699||$ 999||$ 1,099|
|Kanata||CAD 979||CAD 1,379||CAD 1,519|
|Australia||AUD 1,199||AUD 1,749||AUD 1,899|
|German||€ 799||€ 1,149||€ 1,249|
|Italy||€ 839||€ 1,189||€ 1,289|
|UK||£ 729||£ 1,049||£ 1,149|
|Russia||RUB 59,990||RUB 89,990||RUB 99,990|
|United Arab Emirates||AED 2,949||AED 4,219||AED 4,639|
|Hong Kong||HKD 5,999||HKD 8,599||HKD 9,499|
Despite the nature of the price (compared to the 2018 models) in the US, there are many low price increases in other areas, although not for all models of the same country.
The new iphone will be available for first-order in all of these locations from September 13th, and ships from September 20th.
In the US, the jump from the 64GB base to 128GB storage on the iPhone 11 is $ 50, and going from 128GB to 256GB is $ 100 which is just over. For Pro models it also costs $ 150 from 64GB, 256GB, and $ 200 from 256 to 512GB.
Across the big pool in the UK, £ 150 also gets you an iPhone 11 Pro or an iPhone 11 Max Pro 64GB, 256GB, you’ll have to pay £ 200 up for that for example. 512GB. The iPhone 11 needs another € 50 to go from 64GB to 128GB, and £ 100 on top of that if you want 256GB of storage.
In the Eurozone, it’s also € 50 on top of the base price to grab a 128GB iPhone 11, and € 120 more than that to get one with 256GB of storage. The iPhone Pro 11 and 11 Pro Max will jump from 64GB, 256GB for an additional € 170, while when you go for 256 to 512GB it will cost another 230 euros.