Apple has unveiled the latest line-ups of its hardware range for its retail outlets in Australia.
The first line-item of the new Apple iPhone X and the new iPhone XS Max are shown in a display of Apple’s new iMac Pro at the Apple Store, Sydney on October 13, 2017.
Key Points:Apple has unveiled new hardware line up for its storesThe new iPhones X and XS are both available for pre-order at the store in Australia for a retail price of $699US customers can order the devices online through Apple retail stores for $1,299US customers also have the option of buying directly from Apple stores for a $299 retail priceApple has introduced a new line-topping iPhone X, XS, and XR modelsThe Apple iPhone 8 Plus and the Apple iPhone Pro models are also available for purchase at the company’s stores in AustraliaApple has revealed new hardware for its Apple Store in Melbourne and Sydney, as well as the Apple TV store, for the first time in its retail locationsIn a press release Apple announced that the Australian retailers would be receiving new Apple products starting in the new year.
Apple has also announced new iPhones that will be available at select Apple stores in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, as of October 18, the company said.
Apple had previously announced that it would be selling its own hardware for Australian retail outlets.
In November, Apple announced it was partnering with the Melbourne and Adelaide City Council to expand its retail presence in the cities.
The company had previously previously announced plans to expand the company to 20 stores, but the plans have been delayed by delays in the supply chain.
Earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would not expand its Australian stores in the near future, saying it would only be able to operate its existing stores.
Apple’s retail operations in Australia are managed by an arm of Apple, which operates out of a store on the ground floor of the company, and operates a separate retail operation in Sydney.