It’s that time of the year again. Alongside the new iPhone X, iPhone 8 and the Apple Watch 3, Apple unveiled the iPhone 8 Plus.

It’s a larger version of the iPhone 8, with a 5.5-inch display and dual cameras, similar to last year’s iPhone 7 Plus. Powered by Apple’s A11 Bionic processor, it has the ability to charge wirelessly.

It’ll be available in 64GB and 256GB models, with prices starting at $799, £799 or AU$1,229. Preorders start Sept. 15. It’s expected in-store on Sept. 22.

The iPhone 8 Plus has an all-new glass design reinforced by steel. The front and backs are made of glass and have steel trimming around the edge. The phones will be available in silver, space gray and gold. Both are water- and dust-resistant.

Just like the previous model, it has dual-cameras. New to the iPhone 8 Plus is two new sensors, an improved portrait mode, faster autofocus and better low light performance. The speakers are also purportedly 27 percent louder than iPhone 7 ($826.00 at Amazon Marketplace) with deeper bass.

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