Apple sells many different iPhone models — here’s how much they all cost


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iPhone XS Max

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As the smartphone wars rage on,
there’s an onslaught of new iPhones released every year. For the
past few years, Apple has made its iPhone lineup more complex by
releasing multiple version of the iPhone each year.

We’ve tracked down prices from
around the internet to answer the question, “How much does the
iPhone cost?” We break down the prices for all the models you can
buy online from Apple, Walmart, Best Buy, and the four major
cellular providers – Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T – as well as the
price on Amazon with Simple Mobile
Prepaid.

Before getting into the details,
the prices we’re listing are based on the lowest possible storage
amount (64GB for the iPhone XS to 8, 32GB for the iPhone 7, and
16GB for the iPhone 6S). If you want more storage, the price will
be higher.

Also, as we get to the models
that are a few years old, there may not be an option to buy it
new. You can also read our full iPhone buying guide for more
buying recommendations and advice.

Keep scrolling to see how much every iPhone model costs.


iPhone XS price

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Although it costs $999, the iPhone XS is the
best small, high-end iPhone with its gorgeous 4.7-inch OLED
screen, next-level processor, fantastic cameras, and comfortable
size.

* Prices are for the 64GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone XS Max price

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Hollis Johnson/Business Insider

The $1,099 iPhone XS Max has a
large 6.5-inch OLED screen, fast processor, long battery
life, and great cameras, making it ideal for people who love big
phones.

* Prices are for the 64GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone XR price

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

The $750 iPhone XR is the
best iPhone for most shoppers because it costs hundreds less than
the XS and Max – even though it has most of the same great tech.

The only big differences are the LCD screen and the lack of a
second camera on the back of the phone.

* Prices are for the 64GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone X price

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Hollis Johnson

Although the iPhone X is more than a year
old, it’s still an excellent device with its sharp screen, fast
processor, facial recognition, and great cameras. Plus, you can
get it unlocked for $800 or $900 now.

* Prices are for the 64GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone 8 price

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Hollis Johnson/Business Insider

The year-old iPhone 8 is small
enough to hold comfortably in one hand, it only costs $599
unlocked now, and it still has good tech inside.

* Prices are for the 64GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone 8 Plus price

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Hollis Johnson/Business Insider

Although it’s more than a year old now, the $699
iPhone 8 Plus is
a good buy for people who want the dual camera tech for less and
don’t mind an older design.

* Prices are for the 64GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone 7 price

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Hollis Johnson/Business Insider
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The iPhone 7 is still a
decent phone two years after its launch, but you’d do better to
buy a newer model.

* Prices are for the 32GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone 7 Plus price

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Corey Protin

Even though it’s two years old, the iPhone 7 Plus is still a
good phone and it has dual cameras. However, you’d be better off
with the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus.

* Prices are for the 32GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone 6S price

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Apple

Although the iPhone 6S looks new, it has three-year-old tech
inside and it won’t last much longer, so don’t buy it – even
though it’s $200.

* Prices are for the 16GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


iPhone 6S Plus price

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Antonio Villas-Boas/Tech Insider

Even though the iPhone 6S Plus is just $300, it’s not worth
buying because the tech is already outdated and it won’t last you
as long as a newer phone.

* Prices are for the 32GB
model. If you want more storage, you’ll pay more.


How should you buy your new iPhone?

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Apple
  • Tech geek? Join the
    Apple iPhone Upgrade
    Program
    . You’ll essentially rent your phone with monthly
    payments, and you can upgrade to a new one after 12 payments.
    If you do that, you end up paying half price for the phone and
    you get a new one every year without worrying about the cost.
    T-Mobile has a similar offer, in which you can upgrade as soon
    as you’ve paid off half of the phone’s entire balance.
  • Tech-savvy traveler? We recommend you buy your
    iPhone unlocked so you can pop in local SIM cards when you
    travel. To do this, buy from Apple, preferably through
    the iPhone Upgrade Program.
    Alternatively, you can buy from T-Mobile or Sprint because they
    have free international service in 100+ countries.
  • Budget hunter? Check out all the
    carrier promotions and maybe wait a few months after the launch
    to buy your new iPhone. You can also get the
    $750 iPhone XR, which costs several
    hundred dollars less than the XS and Max, but has most of the
    same tech. You can get a year-old iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone
    8 Plus for a good price now, too. We do not recommend the
    iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, though they are still acceptable buys. Do
    not buy the iPhone 6S or older, though, because the tech is
    old, it won’t last as long, and it is not a good investment.
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Check out the best iPhone cases for every model

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OtterBox

We’ve rounded up the best iPhone case companies so you can find
an excellent case for your iPhone no matter the model number or
your style.

Whether you want a fancy leather case, a folio, a rugged case
or a basic no-frills one that gets the job done – we have a
pick for you. We also have advice on how to figure out which
iPhone model you have and which cases will fit it here.

Here are the best iPhone case companies:





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