Precios del iPhone 11 (Pro Max): Nuevos smartphones de Apple tan caros como sus predecesores

IPhone 11 (Pro Max) prices: New Apple smartphones as expensive as their predecessors

IPhone 11 (Pro Max) prices: New Apple smartphones as expensive as their predecessors

Smartphones are getting more and more expensive. This applies to both Android and Apple devices. In the latter case, price caps recently soared to exorbitant heights. The 512GB version of the iPhone XS Max weighed in at a whopping 1,649 euros on the price scale. But the “cheap” iPhone XR also cost at least 849 euros when it went on sale. A secret photo now reveals how expensive this year’s iPhones will be.

11th generation iPhone prices

An image that recently appeared online, taken during a presentation, shows the prices and some technical data of the upcoming iPhones. While the data largely matches previous information, a large portion of the prices represent new information. If you believe it, the price range will look like this:

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max:

  • 128GB: $ 1,099
  • 256GB: $ 1,199
  • 512GB: $ 1,299

Apple iPhone 11 Pro:

  • 128GB: $ 999
  • 256GB: $ 1,099
  • 512GB: $ 1,199

Apple iPhone 11:

  • 64GB: $ 749
  • 128GB: $ 799
  • 256GB: $ 899

Same starting price as last year

True Apple enthusiasts should have noticed a similarity to the launch prices of the predecessors when looking at this year’s prices. The cheapest version of the iPhone XR originally cost $ 749. The iPhone XS and XS Max, however, retailed for $ 999 and $ 1,099 at the most. Now exactly the same information can be found in the filtered list.

What does this mean for the German market?

The photographed list, if this is correct, gives reason to expect that local iPhone prices this year will not differ dramatically from those of the previous year for once. In any case, smartphones are not as cheap as it seems at first glance. European prices are always set slightly higher. The iPhone XS Max, which changed hands in the United States for just $ 1,099, cost at least € 1,249 in German stores, for example. So it’s still exciting.