Apple has finally revealed its plans for airtel’s rechargeable smartphone.
The smartphone maker announced today that its $1.00/month iPhone X, which has the highest resolution of any smartphone, will be available for $1 per month for a year.
The phone will cost $9.99 at the time of the launch and can be used for 1 year.
Apple also confirmed that its new $1 chargeable phone, which it called “iPhone X Resume,” will be sold at $9 per month.
It will not be available in the US.
Apple previously had said that its iPhone X would launch with a “resume” option, but that this option was not available for the US launch.
Airtel, the Turkish telecoms group, will offer the phone for $9 a month for the same time period.
The price of the iPhone X Resumes will be $9 for the iPhone 8, $10 for the 8 Plus, $11 for the 10 Plus, and $12 for the 12 Plus.
Apple’s announcement of its airtel iPhone XResume option comes on the heels of a similar announcement from Samsung, which said that it would also offer the smartphone with a free smartphone reset offer.
In March, Apple announced that it was selling a $1 rechargeable battery pack for iPhone X that was not part of a regular pack.
Apple later announced that the pack would be $99, but the price would increase to $1 from $1 now.
Airtel has said that the battery pack will be used to power the iPhone and that it will be shipped in a limited number of airconditioned units that will be distributed through a special distribution program.
Apple has also launched a $30 discount for airtime and other services to be provided by Airtel in the upcoming iPhone X launch.