The iPhone 8 and iPhone XS and X are now available in the UK, but they’ll be arriving in the US for the first time this week.
Both are capable of capturing 4K video in the 1920×1080 resolution, and the phones will be available in either the iPhone 8 or XS.
It’s not clear yet if the new iPhones will also be compatible with the Apple Watch Series 3.
Apple has confirmed that they’re coming to the US, and while it’s unclear whether Apple will continue shipping the devices internationally, it does have a very large selection of compatible devices on its website, with more than 150 devices being supported across all platforms.
However, it’s worth pointing out that the devices won’t be compatible for all of Apple’s devices.
Apple currently supports just 16 of its products in the Apple TV ecosystem.
The company has also made the decision to remove support for some third-party streaming devices from its iOS and tvOS platforms.
For more information on the new iPhone and X, read our review.
Read moreThe iPhone X is a large phone with a 5.5-inch screen, and it’s the first to include a 4K display, which Apple describes as “4K in every way”.
The phone is currently available for pre-order in the United States and Canada for $999 and $1,199 respectively.
In Europe, the iPhone X starts at €1,149 and €1:2,199.
The iPhone and iPhone 8 Plus are available in more than 100 countries around the world, including the UK and Germany, which are also the regions that will be receiving the new devices.
Apple also confirmed that it will be releasing new devices from the iPhone family in the future.
The new iPhones have been designed specifically for Apple Watch, and they will be coming to UK, France, Germany, Japan, Russia, and Spain later this year.
Apple Watch will also receive a new design for the second generation of the device in 2019.