Find out when and where you can pre-order your iPhone X

Good news for all Apple fans who skipped out on the iPhone 8 and have been eating Ramen to afford the iPhone X! Starting October 27th pre-orders will begin for Apple’s latest and nearly bezel-less iPhone X. The iPhone X also features the lightning fast A11 Bionic chip, 5.8-inch Super Retina display, wireless charging, and Face ID. For more information, you can check our coverage of the iPhone X announcement here.

AT&T

Customers on AT&T can begin pre-ordering the iPhone X on October 27th at 3:01 a.m. ET through either the AT&T site or through the myAT&T app. It will be available in either Silver or Space Gray and delivery is expected to be as early as November 3rd.

Sprint

Sprint customers can also begin ordering the iPhone X beginning October 27th either online, by calling 1-800-Sprint1, or find it in stores on November 3rd. It will be available starting at $22.22 per month with Sprint Flex and eligible trade-in, saving you $350.

T-Mobile

The Un-carrier also has the iPhone X pre-orders starting online Friday, October 27th beginning at 3:01 a.m. ET and can be found in stores on November 3rd. T-Mobile’s iPhone upgrade plan allows you to trade in your current iPhone once it’s 50% paid off, and they will wipe out your remaining balance. Then you can start off free and clear with your new iPhone. This is offered to all T-Mobile customers who buy or pre-order their new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X on the Un-carrier’s interest-free installment plan. Also, any customer who trades in their qualifying iPhone will get up to $300 off their new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X via 24 monthly bill credits on T-Mobile’s interest-free installment plan.

Verizon

Like the rest of the carriers on the list, Verizon pre-orders will begin this Friday online, through the My Verizon app, or in store. For a limited time, you can get up to $300 back with device payment when you sign up for Verizon Unlimited and trade in select devices.

Source: AT&T Source: Sprint Source: T-Mobile Source: Verizon
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