iPhone XS, XS Max, XR & Apple Watch: Important dates to know

 

Once again, Apple was at the epicenter of the technological universe in September, unveiling the latest and greatest in their immensely popular iPhone and Apple Watch product lines. In what has annually become one of the most highly anticipated events of the calendar year, Apple introduced the world to three new smartphones and the newest from their wearable tech division.

Here are the important dates to remember if you're thinking about upgrading to iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and Apple Watch Series 4, announced to the world on September 12, 2018:

iPhone XS & XS Max

Pre-orders for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max will begin on Friday, September 14 at 12:01am PST. They will become available the following week, Friday, September 21. Be among the first to experience super retina in two sizes, including the largest display ever on an iPhone, faster Face ID, a smarter and more powerful chip and a breakthrough dual-camera system.

iPhone XR

Pre-orders for iPhone XR will begin on Friday, October 19. They will become available the following week, Friday, October 26. iPhone XR is engineered with an all-new Liquid Retina display, allowing you to see true-to-life color from one edge of your screen to the other on the largest LCD ever for an iPhone.

Apple Watch Series 4

Pre-orders for the newest Apple Watch will begin on Friday, September 14 at 12:01am PST. They will become available the following week, Friday, September 21. Take advantage of amazing features like Fall Detection, Emergency SOS and ECG generation (available late 2018) in addition to the already incredible connectivity and fitness tracking Apple Watch delivers.

Be sure to check out Verizon's entire selection of iPhones, iPads and Apple Watches and for more information or updates, visit www.verizonwireless.com.

 

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