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iPhone XR arrives at Spark NZ on Friday, 26 October

iPhone XR arrives at Spark NZ on Friday, 26 October

Spark NZ today announced it will offer iPhone XR, bringing the latest iPhone innovations to more people. Customers will be able to pre-order iPhone XR beginning 8:01pm on Friday, 19 October at www.spark.co.nz/iphonexr and Spark NZ stores, and all will be available in stores starting on Friday, 26 October. For complete pricing details, please visit www.spark.co.nz/iphone.

iPhone XR integrates breakthrough technologies from iPhone XS in all-screen glass and aluminium design featuring a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display, the most advanced LCD in a smartphone, with wide colour support and True Tone for a more natural viewing experience. iPhone XR brings the smartest and most powerful chip in a smartphone with A12 Bionic, a next-generation Neural Engine built for advanced machine learning in everything from photography to augmented reality, the TrueDepth camera system, faster Face ID, an advanced camera system that creates dramatic portraits using a single camera lens, long all-day battery life and six beautiful finishes; white, black, blue, yellow, coral and (PRODUCT)RED. This new design is splash and water resistant with a rating of IP67 and protects against everyday spills including coffee, tea and soft drinks.* iPhone XR also brings Dual SIM to iPhone through the use of digital eSIM.**

iPhone XR will be available on interest free payments over 24 months on selected Spark Pay Monthly Open plans $29.99 and above. For more details on pricing and data plans, please visit www.spark.co.nz/iphone. For more details on iPhone please visit www.apple.com.

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