Apple iPhone 11 Pricing Leaked; Report Claims New iPhones Will Have The Same Pricing Scheme

People use their phones outside an Apple store in Beijing, China
According to a new claim, Apple will not change its pricing scheme on the iPhone 11 series, which means the new phones will have the same retail price as the iPhone X series launched last year. (Photo: REUTERS/Thomas Peter)

A new leak revealing the prices of Apple iPhone 11 surfaced earlier today. The new generation iPhones will start shipping on September 20, and according to the latest leak, it will have the same pricing scheme as the iPhone X series. The leak came from a Taiwanese carrier briefing, but fans and enthusiasts cast doubt on the veracity of the most recent information.

Slashleaks shared an image of the PowerPoint presentation during the internal briefing of the Taiwanese mobile network ahead of the 2019 Apple launch. The picture shows the details of the upcoming iPhones with names iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. These are the new generation iPhones that will replace the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max.

The leaked photo also provides details that we have already seen in earlier iPhone 11 rumors and leaks. Based on the leaked image, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will be available in 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB capacities. Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 will have 64 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB capacities.

The iPhone 11 Pro will be retailed between $999 and $1199. The iPhone Max is available at a starting price of $1099 to $1299 depending on the capacity. Just like the iPhone XR, the iPhone 11 will be retailed at $749 for the lowest capacity option to $899 for the 256 GB.

Both the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are scheduled to ship on September 20. Unfortunately, the leak revealed that the release date for the iPhone 11 is yet to be determined. Also included in the leaked page is the Apple Watch S5. According to the leak, the new generation wearable from Apple will be available in 44mm and 40mm models.


The leaked page appears convincing but the extra couple of listings at the bottom part of the slide cast some doubt in terms of the reliability of the information. The leaked page included Airpods, which, if we based on leaks and rumors might not be released this year or during the Apple event. There is also the inclusion of Airpower, which many tech enthusiasts believe to be unlikely true considering that the Cupertino-based tech titan already canceled the mat.

In regards to the accuracy of this latest leak, we cannot guarantee it, considering that the slide is in a foreign language. We advise that you treat this leak with a barrel of salt and with great skepticism. Meanwhile, Apple's By Innovation Only event is scheduled to take place at the Steve Job's Theater on September 10.

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