Starting at 12:01am PT | 3:01am ET on September 15th, you can pre-order the brand new Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the Apple Watch Series 3.
Pre-orders open at all major U.S. carriers: AT&T, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile and Sprint, as well as at Best Buy and Amazon.
The new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are available in a selection of three colors: silver, gold and space gray. They both come with more storage now as well: you have a 64GB base option and a 256GB model (as expected, neither supports microSD card expansion). And the prices have also gone up a bit from before: it's $700 for a base iPhone 8 (add $150 on top for the 256 gig version) and $800 for a base iPhone 8 Plus (again, $150 more for the 256GB model).
Apple iPhone X pre-orders start later, on October 27th
AT&T (pre-order link) offers up to $300 in credits when you trade in your iPhone 7 Plus, or up to $200 in credits on other select devices.
Verizon Wireless (pre-order link) offers up to $300 savings for trade-ins.
T-Mobile (pre-order link) offers up to $300 savings for those who upgrade to iPhone 8.
Sprint (pre-order link) offers 50% off iPhone 8 64GB (or savings of $14.59/month on Sprint Flex with any iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus with trade-in and eligible activation).
Best Buy (pre-order link) sells the iPhone 8 for Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, but it does not offer an activation with T-Mobile.
Update: Due to high traffic, it takes longer to process pre-orders on most carriers in the first minutes of iPhone availability.
The new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus ship with the brand new glass back that makes wireless charging possible, the Apple A11 Bionic system chip (the same one that topped a Macbook Pro in benchmarks), the iOS 11 platform and more advanced cameras.