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iPhone 7 and eight get £100 value drop, iPhone X, SE and 6 discontinued

The arrival of the iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR sees off the iPhone X, SE and 6, along with £100 price drops to the iPhone 7 and 8 models.

With the launch of the new iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR, Apple has reduced the price of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 models by £100. The iPhone 7 now starts at £449/$449, and the 7 Plus at £569/$569. Meanwhile, the iPhone 8 starts at £599/$599 and the 8 Plus at £699/$699.

The introduction of the iPhone XS and XR also sees off the original X, SE, and iPhone 6, which are no longer available directly from Apple.

With these changes astir, now might be the ideal time to pick up a discontinued iPhone before it falls out of circulation, especially if you’re after a model with a headphone jack.

iPhone X deals

  • O2 – 30GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £29 upfront, £66 per month. Get deal from Carphone Warehouse.
  • Vodafone – 16GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £0 upfront, £55.50 per month, includes £252 cashback. Get deal from Mobilephones Direct.

For more iPhone X deals, see Macworld’s round up of the best iPhone X deals every month.

iPhone 6 deals

  • O2 – 10GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £0 upfront, £31 per month. Get this deal from Carphone Warehouse.
  • EE – 9GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £0 upfront, £24.88 per month, includes £75 cashback. Get this deal from Buymobiles.

iPhone SE deals

The Apple Special Event held September 12th did not mention a successor to the iPhone SE, and instead, let go of the original SE altogether.

  • O2 – 1GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £0 upfront, £18 per month. Get deal from Carphone Warehouse.
  • EE – 4GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £0 upfront, £22 per month. Get this deal from Buymobiles.
  • Vodafone – 16GB, unlimited texts and minutes, £0 upfront, £32 per month. Get deal from Carphone Warehouse.

We recommend looking across different network providers before selecting a deal. Also see Macworld’s monthly round up of the best iPhone deals.

Follow our sister site Tech Advisor’s Twitter @TADealsUK for coverage of other deals news and discounts.

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