Apple's iPhone 15 Pro Max Starts at $1,199, but You Can't Get 128GB

The 128GB storage tier isn't an option, but upgrades like a new Action button, 5x optical zoom and a titanium frame may pique your interest.

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The iPhone 15 will be available on Sept. 22, Apple revealed during its "Wonderlust" event on Tuesday. The new flagship phone will start at $799 in the US, while the iPhone 15 Plus with the larger display and bigger battery will cost $899. Apple also revealed the iPhone 15 Pro, starting at $999, and iPhone 15 Pro Max with a price tag of $1,199.

Tuesday's event saw the new iPhone 15 revealed along with the phone's newest upgrades, such as a brighter screen, new camera system and the long-awaited addition of a USB-C port in place of Lightning. As for the iPhone 15 Pro, it will have a new A17 Pro chip and a titanium chassis that makes it the lightest Pro model ever. The iPhone 15 Pro Max starts at 256GB storage now, with 128GB only an option on the 15 Pro. 

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Preorders for the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will start on Friday. Apple and the carriers will offer trade-in deals for those who want to upgrade to the newest models. 

Apple also unveiled its latest updates to its wearable lineup, the Apple Watch Series 9 and Apple Watch Ultra 2. Both are getting brighter screens and new gesture features. 

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