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Every new iPhone comes with one year of Apple TV+.***
EarPods with Lightning Connector
Lightning to USB Cable
5W USB Power Adapter
You can either pay for your new iPhone in full or pay monthly with carrier financing, iPhone Payments, the iPhone Upgrade Program, and now Apple Card Monthly Installments. Your carrier service plan will be charged separately. Just choose the option that works for you.
With Apple Card Monthly Installments, you can pay for any iPhone monthly and interest-free with Apple Card. The cost of your iPhone** is spread over 24 months. You can add a trade-in to make your payments even lower.
Customers in US Territories should contact Goldman Sachs Bank USA for questions about installments.
That depends on how you pay for your new iPhone.
If you use Apple Card Monthly Installments or Apple iPhone Payments and include a trade-in, your estimated trade-in credit is applied directly to the purchase price of your new iPhone.¹ Once we receive your trade-in device and confirm that the condition matches what you described, there’s nothing more you need to do.
If you pay in full, your trade-in value is applied as a credit to your original payment method. This happens once we receive your old iPhone and confirm that the condition matches what you described.
In either case, if we provide a revised trade-in value based on the condition of your old iPhone, we’ll work with you to confirm that you still want to move forward with the trade-in.
Yes. Whether you buy an iPhone on apple.com or at an Apple Store, you can activate it later.
“SIM-free” means your iPhone doesn’t ship with a carrier SIM card. The SIM-free iPhone sold on apple.com and at the Apple Store is unlocked. That means you’re free to use a SIM card from any carrier that provides service for iPhone.
Nearly all iPhone models sold on apple.com are “unlocked” — which means your iPhone isn’t tied to a single carrier. If you choose carrier financing from AT&T or Verizon, your iPhone will be tied to your carrier.
Regardless of the carrier you choose, iPhone is designed to support AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon. If you choose carrier financing from AT&T or Verizon, your iPhone will be tied to your carrier. For details on LTE network support, please see apple.com/iphone/LTE.
iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus come in two capacities: 64GB and 128GB. The term “GB” stands for gigabytes. The more gigabytes you have, the more content you can store on your iPhone, such as apps, games, photos, HD videos, music, and movies. If you have a large music or photo library or lots of apps, it’s a good idea to consider an iPhone with a larger capacity. If you rarely download apps or you don’t take many photos or videos, an iPhone with a smaller capacity may be better for you.
If you completed the carrier activation steps for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon when you purchased your new iPhone online, it will arrive ready to use. Just turn it on and follow the onscreen instructions to set it up. If you chose to skip carrier activation at the time of purchase, you’ll need to contact your wireless carrier or visit an Apple Store to enable cellular services. You can also set up your iPhone without a nano-SIM using Wi-Fi. You will need an active nano-SIM to enable cellular services.
If you selected the SIM-free iPhone, you’ll need to insert your own nano-SIM card or obtain one from the supported carrier of your choice and activate it in order to use cellular services on your iPhone.
AT&T, Sprint, T‑Mobile, and Verizon are the national wireless carriers for iPhone in the United States. Apple.com and the Apple Store sell iPhone models for use on these networks. You can also purchase an iPhone from an authorized Apple reseller.
All iPhone models are world phones, so you can use them almost anywhere. Whether you are a GSM or CDMA network customer, you can roam internationally on GSM networks in over 200 countries or regions around the world. Availability of LTE data varies in some countries or regions and depends on carrier support for certain LTE radio frequencies. Contact your wireless carrier for more information regarding international roaming policies and rates.
All the iPhone purchase options available on apple.com are available at the Apple Store. You’ll also find additional purchase options in the store, such as Sprint Flex.
It’s our trade-in and recycling program that’s good for you and the planet. If your current iPhone is eligible for trade-in credit, you can offset the purchase price of a new one. If it’s not eligible for credit, you can recycle it for free.
Whether you’re making a purchase or not, we’ve made it easy to trade in an eligible iPhone either in a store or online. Just answer a few questions regarding model and condition and we’ll provide an estimated trade-in value or a simple way to recycle it.
If you trade in online, we’ll apply your estimated trade-in value to the purchase of your new iPhone. Then we’ll arrange for you to send us your old iPhone. Once we receive it, we’ll inspect it and verify its condition. If the condition matches what you described, there’s nothing more you need to do. If the condition doesn’t match, a new trade-in value will be provided.
You’ll have the option to either accept this revised value or reject it. We’ll work with you to confirm that you still want to move forward with the trade-in.
If you accept the trade-in estimate in the store, we’ll give you instant credit toward your iPhone purchase.
And if you choose to recycle your device, we’ll either handle it in the store or provide a prepaid shipping label so you can send your device to our accredited recycling partner.
Generally it takes 2–3 weeks. But the sooner you send us your device, the sooner we can verify its condition and process your trade-in.
Recycling a device is much faster. When we email you a prepaid shipping label, just send your device to our recycling partner.
Once we receive your trade-in device, a team inspects it and verifies its condition. If the condition matches what you described, there’s nothing more you need to do. If it doesn’t match, your original payment method will be charged the difference in value. In that case, we’ll work with you to confirm that you still want to move forward with the trade-in.
If you’re trading in online, your estimated trade-in credit will be immediately applied to the purchase of your new iPhone. If you’re trading in at an Apple Store, you’ll receive either instant credit toward your next purchase or an Apple Store Gift Card you can use anytime.
** Apple Card Monthly Installments are subject to credit availability. Variable APRs for Apple Card other than Apple Card Monthly Installments range from 12.49% to 23.49% based on creditworthiness. Taxes and shipping are not included in Apple Card Monthly Installments and are subject to your standard purchase APR. Rates as of December 1, 2019. See the Apple Card customer agreement for more information.
1. Trade-in values may vary, and are based on the condition and model of your trade‑in device. Must be at least 18. Apple reserves the right to refuse or limit the quantity of any trade in device for any reason. Additional terms from Apple or Apple’s trade‑in partners may apply. See www.apple.com/shop/trade-in for more information.
Does the iPhone 8 Plus have Animoji?
- Asked by Laterica B from Memphis
- on Sep 17, 2018
Best Answer:No, the 8 plus does not have the true depth camera on the front so it is not possible for it to use
No, the 8 plus does not have the true depth camera on the front so it is not possible for it to use animoji.
- Answered by Lukey H from Auburn
- on Sep 19, 2018
is the xr water proof?
- Asked by Joseph S from Hanover Park
- on May 22, 2019
Best Answer:Hi. Yes, the iPhone Xr is water- and dust resistant. It is IP 67 certified (meaning it is designed t
Hi. Yes, the iPhone Xr is water- and dust resistant. It is IP 67 certified (meaning it is designed to be resistant to water when submerged up to one meter for no longer than 30 minutes.).
- Answered by Edin P from Trondheim
- on May 23, 2019
Is the iPhone 7 waterproof??
- Asked by Tyler C from Edgewood
- on Mar 2, 2019
Best Answer:iPhone 7 is water-resistant with an IP67 rating. It can sustain a splash or quick dip in water, but
iPhone 7 is water-resistant with an IP67 rating. It can sustain a splash or quick dip in water, but long submersion periods may cause damage to the device. Try to avoid exposure to liquids, though.
- Answered by Nicholas M
- on Mar 29, 2019
Is there a headphone jack on the X r? Does it come with wireless ear pods?
- Asked by ellen O from Jacksonville
- on Nov 25, 2019
AnswerNo, and no.
Headphones that come with the phone plug into the lighting port.
- Answered by Reuben B from Raymond Terrace
- on Nov 27, 2019
Do iPhone XR support wireless charging
- Asked by Tomico A from Conyers
- on Dec 2, 2019
Answeryes, as it has a glass back.
- Answered by Robert R from Newtownabbey
- on Dec 3, 2019
What kind of warranty from the apple store?
- Asked by Jeffrey P from King City
- on Jan 1, 2020