Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus officially launched last Friday and most people reportedly skipped the lineup this year and ordered the latest flagship online. Or, it’s quite possible that many are holding out until the imminent release of the iPhone X.
Apple and its Canadian carrier partners announced the iPhone X will be available to pre-order on October 27th with the launch date set for November 3rd. It’s already known that the no-term price will be $1,319 CAD for the 64GB model and $1,529 for the 256GB version.
For those interested in buying the ten-year anniversary iPhone X from a Canadian carrier, Rogers has now listed its contract pricing: the 64GB model will start at $599 on a two-year Share Everything Premium+ plan, while the 256GB starting price is $799 on the same plan tier. Both variants will be sold in ‘Space Gray’ and ‘Silver’ colour.
To put this price in perspective, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is priced at $549 on a similar tier of 2-year plan with most Canadian carriers, including Rogers and Bell.
While Rogers is first out with pricing, other carriers set to release the iPhone X in Canada are Telus, Bell, SaskTel, Koodo and Vidéotron.
Update 26/09/17: Telus has listed the iPhone X pricing will start at $600 on a $95 per month on a 2-year plan.