Only the 256GB silver iPhone 8 Plus, for instance, is available for a launch day shipment out of all the unlocked versions Apple is selling.

The new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models, which offer more modest improvements over their predecessors will come at starting prices of Dollars 699 and USD 799, respectively. The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are successors to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, while the iPhone X is the special anniversary edition.

Along with the Apple store and major telcos like Telstra, Optus, and Virgin Mobile, you’ll be able to pre-order your iPhone 8 from major retailers such as Harvey Norman for the same price. Those who wish to buy it through the iPhone Upgrade Program will need to pay at least $39.50 a month or $799 in full. It’s unknown whether T-Mobile has less stock or if demand from that company’s customers is higher. They can activate the latter with any carrier later on. Italian users still see the 22-25 September shipping estimate.

Beginning Friday, September 15, AT&T will supposedly be offering one of such deals: a “buy-one-get-one free” on some its best-selling smartphones, including the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Availability of carrier-specific iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models appears to be substantially better on Apple’s site than unlocked versions. In the box, customers will find the handset, a pair of EarPods with Lightning Connector, a Lightning to USB cable, a 5W USB Power Adapter, and a Lightning to 3.5 mm Headphone Jack Adapter.

Both devices support Qi wireless, as well as fast-charging from zero to 50 percent with the right accessories.

Pre- orders for the third model, the iPhone X will start October 27.