If you want to avoid the dreaded “snacks on the go” scenario, you can now skip the line of sight and have the whole package for free, at least for the next few months.
AppleInsider has exclusively learned that the iPhone 11 has been officially officially renamed to “iPhone 10S” in the App Store, and you can use it to buy some of the most popular snack options available.
The iPhone 10S will come in three flavors: a basic edition with just a few apps, a “premium” edition with dozens of apps, and a “masterpiece” edition featuring the full Apple ecosystem and hundreds of apps.
Apple is launching a $249.99 “premier” edition of the iPhone 10 with the Touch ID fingerprint scanner, but the new iPhone 10s will also come with a built-in camera and LTE connectivity.
You’ll also get a new-look Home button, and the new Touch ID sensor will work with iOS 11.
For a complete list of what you’ll get for $249, check out the full iPhone 10 release notes below.
You can also buy some premium and masterpiece editions of the smartphone for the iPhone 9s, 9s Plus, and 8.1.
The iPhone 10 also includes new camera software and a redesigned lock screen, but you’ll still need to upgrade to the latest version of iOS 11 to unlock all your features.
If you want a lot of apps in a short amount of time, you should get a “high end” model for $399.99, but it will still need a $99.99 purchase to upgrade.
You can buy the phone with a “Masterpiece” version for $499.99 and the “Master” edition for $699.99.
Apple says you’ll be able to buy the “high-end” version of the device for $299.99 after the first month, and it’s available for $149.99 for three months.
If you plan on buying a lot, Apple is now offering the “premiere” edition as well for $349.99 with the iPhone X, and Apple says you can pick the iPhone version up for $549.99 without any purchase.
If your iPhone is not on sale right now, you’ll also be able buy it from Apple on July 30 for $199.99 (with a free iPhone X).