With the launch of the
iPhone 12 handsets (of which there are four!), Apple’s phone family has grown larger than it’s been in a long time.
In recent years the company has tended to remove last year’s model from the range when a new one is launched, and the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have indeed disappeared. But the old-fashioned iPhone XR and last year’s iPhone 11 remain.
To reflect their increasing age, the prices of these models have been reduced. So you can now get an
iPhone 11 with 64GB for £599/$599, down from £729/$699, while the cheapest
iPhone XR (again 64GB) costs £499/$499, down from £629/$599.
iPhone SE, which launched earlier this year, has got cheaper in some countries: £399/$399 today (with 64GB) compared to £419/$399 last week.
In fact it’s not only the older iPhone models that have seen their prices slashed. The price of each new iPhone is less than the equivalent model was in 2019. The price drops could also translate to cheaper Macs when Apple introduces Apple Silicon, its home-made processors. Read:
£300 savings on the new iPhone range could translate to cheaper Macs.
For our analysis of the full range, read our
iPhone buying guide.
This article originally appeared on
Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.