Sales of first iPhone XS and XS Max, Apple Watch Series 4 commences in Australia and New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand are the neighbouring countries which opened the first outlet of a latest smart-phone segment with sales for eager customers. Thus, a lot of people purchased their gadget right after its launch setting with the stores opened right away. Hence the first iPhone XS from the retail stores came with the courtesy of Apple Sydney. The initial retail units appeared as a pair of iPhone XS Max which devised with Apple Watch Series 4.


Thus upon stirring up excitement with a press release noting the new hardware is now up for sale with brick-and-mortar stores. Hence iPhone XS, XS Max and Apple Watch Series 4 sale start at 8 a.m. Sept. 21. local time Friday, sharing the employees with their store of an expected influx of customers.


The starting range of iPhone XS in Australia is $1629 and iPhone XS Max is $1,799. In New Zealand, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max start from $1,899 and $2,099 respectively. With the prices considerably high in United States of $999 and $1099 including local sales taxes of 10-percent in Australia and 15-percent in New Zealand.

Hence Friday being the day where the customers’ preorders iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max starts receiving their devices and customers who tend to report shipping notices with their orders delivered which is anticipated ordering early enough in the process.