Another year, another iPhone announcement, and overnight Apple finally released news on its new range of devices – including their price. You might want to sit down, it’s a doozey.

First up the iPhone 11 looks set to replace the older iPhone XR and will feature a rear dual camera capable of shooting 4K video. You’ll be able to nab it in black, yellow, purple, green, red and white with a starting price tag of $1,119.

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The big kahuna, however is the brand new iPhone 11 Pro. Packing a triple-rear array camera (which basically just means three lenses) you’ll be able to make use of telephoto and ultrawide shots. The device will also tout a new ‘Deep Fusion’ functionality that will capture nine fast pictures, then take the best aspects of each one to create the ultimate end result.

It’s worth noting, however, that feature won’t be available at launch. There’s also a raft of slightly more boring speed, battery and screen improvements to help justify the upgrade.

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Both the Pro and the Pro Max will be available in green, grey, gold and silver, but they’ll set you back a pretty penny. Starting price for the Pro is $1749, while the Pro Max hits a minimum spend of $1899

If you’re ready to sideline your current phone, pre-orders kick off at 10 p.m. AEST on Friday, 13 September with actual availability beginning Friday, 20 September.

Rounding out the event, Apple also went on to announced a new 10.2-inch seventh generation iPad, the Apple Watch Series 5 (with a new always-on display), and release dates for both Apple Arcade and Apple TV Plus.

Gaming subscription service Apple Arcade will launch next week for $7.99, while Apple TV+, the company’s attempt at battling Netflix, Amazon and Disney, will launch on November 1 for $7.99 with a 7-day free trial.