Apple unveiled its new generation iPhone yesterday. The three new models, iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max will be available on September 20 and pre-orders can be placed starting Friday. Notable new features include the integration of a dual or triple photo sensor and an improved battery life: The iPhone 11 Pro is supposed to last four hours longer on its battery than the iPhone XS, according to the manufacturer.

In the U.S, the iPhone 11 will be available from $399 with a trade-in or $30/month with a two-year contract for a starter model, but it is displayed at $759 without contract, trade-in or sim-lock and including California state sales tax for ease of comparison in our chart. Still, the iPhone price in the U.S. is quite low compared to other countries. More lucky Apple customers live in Japan, where the new iPhone model is also available for under $800 (including tax) for the 64 GB iPhone 11 and under $1100 for the 64 GB iPhone 11 Pro.

Indians and Russians, however, are paying a much higher price for the same phone. It will cost them upwards of $900 for the starter model and almost $1,400 for the Pro model. Chinese customers will have to shell out the equivalent of $1222 for the Pro model, but are getting a really low price on the standard iPhone 11 - $773 are barely above the U.S. price.