After Apple released its new 11/11 Pro series, the last generation of flagship phones, the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max, withdrew from the stage. According to foreign media reports, Apple's physical retail stores began to clean up the remaining stock of XS models and now sell them at a discount of $100 per unit.
Physical retail stores now offer 64GB, 256GB and 512GB of stored iPhone XS models for $899, $1,049 and $1,249, respectively.
The current 64GB model of the iPhone XS Max starts at $999, 256GB storage costs $1,149, and 512GB capacity costs $1,349.
Whether Chinese retailers will offer the same discount is not clear, and the price adjustment strategies vary from region to region, but it is certain that the major retail outlets of the iPhone XS will reduce prices substantially in the future. At present, both Apple's official website and online stores have removed the iPhone XS series from the product list, replaced by the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max launched on September 20. Of the 2018 iPhone series, only the XR can still be ordered online.
As for the question of whether it is worth buying after the price reduction, some netizens said that Max 999 last year was worth $1,099 this year, and it will come next week, so who will buy it is silly. Of course, some netizens said they would start one. After all, the price of XS series will continue to fall with the sale of new machines, which is the last chance to get high-end mobile phones to support 3D Touch.
What's your opinion?