Insiders were able to grab the price list of the upcoming iPhone 11 generation smartphones prior to its supposed reveal this coming September 10. Many fans are waiting if these devices will be more expensive than its predecessors. Here’s what we know about the supposed prices of the next generation of iPhones this 2019.

A Taiwanese firm’s internal briefing revealed three variants of the upcoming iPhone 11, according to a screenshot from Slashleaks. The list confirms three iPhone 11 variants namely, regular iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. So far, this pattern follows its previous generation where the iPhone XS also had its own set of three variants.

The price for the regular iPhone 11 is between $999 and $1,199 depending on the built-in storage packaged in the phone. The storage sizes range from 64 GB, 128GB, and 256 GB for this version. Compared to the current iPhone XR’s $ 750 to $899 price range, the upcoming iPhone 11 is priced the same.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 Pro versions will be offered in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The price range of this improved iPhone 11 Pro is also cheaper than the previous generation as its range spans $999 to $1,199. The mid-range iPhone XS was priced similarly for its lowest storage size but kicked up to $200 more for its 256 GB and 516GB editions.

Lastly, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is decked with a price tag of $1,099 to $1,299 and has a similar storage with size with the iPhone 11 Pro. Its 2018 counterpart, the iPhone XS Max cost around $1,099 to $1,499 for a similar storage range too.

Overall, the prices of the new iPhone 11 units according to the internal briefing have been toned down for a few hundred dollars compared to the 2018 generation. As of now, the iPhone XR and XS series have failed to sell well throughout the year. Potentially, Apple’s price adjustment could encourage more consumers to buy this product.

As of now, Apple has yet to officially release details about the latest 2019 iPhone generation. It’s possible that these prices may not be final and could actually be different from its potential reveal this September 10.

Apple is facing headwinds from US-China trade tensions as it seeks to boost sales in the important Chinese market Apple is facing headwinds from US-China trade tensions as it seeks to boost sales in the important Chinese market Photo: AFP / WANG ZHAO