Ooredoo, Vodafone to open pre-booking for new iPhone from September 21 onwards

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Apple recently unveiled three new versions of the popular iPhone — XR, XS and XS Max — and a watch that detects heart problems. The phones are expected to become available in Qatar starting September 28.

Ooredoo will start selling all the latest Apple products beginning September 28, it was recently announced. Customers will be able to pre-order the phones and watch starting Friday, September 21, from the Ooredoo e-shop, reported The Peninsula.

Meanwhile, Vodafone Qatar has also announced they will start taking pre-orders for Apple’s latest offerings beginning September 21. Interested customers can visit Vodafone’s e-shop to place their orders, reported Qatar Tribune.

The prices of the phones in Qatar have not been disclosed at the time of going to Press.

The iPhone XS, pronounced as ‘Ten S,’ has a 5.8-inch screen and will be sold in the USA at a starting price of $999. The XS Max, the largest iPhone to date, boasts of a 6.5-inch screen and will start retailing at $1,099.

The lower-cost, 6.1-inch iPhone XR, made of aluminium, will have a starting price of $749 in the USA.

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