The iPhone 11 range is finally here, in a choice of three models, six new colours, a 6.1" retina display, a dual camera with an ultra-wide angle lens and the highest video capabilities seen on a phone. 

There are three models to choose from: the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. If you want to find out more about these models and their capabilities, then check out our iPhone 11 news roundup.

The iPhone 11 range is now available to pre-order, and goes on sale on 20 September 2019.

The iPhone 11 prices start from £729/US$699 for the 11, £1,049/US$999 for the 11 Pro and £1,149/US$1,099 for the Pro Max.

(Apple has also slashed £120 off the iPhone 8 and iPhone XR following the iPhone 11 range launch).

In the meantime, if you're looking to get straight on those pre-orders as soon as they're announced, here's everything you need to know about where the iPhone 11 range is available. We'll update these links as more pre-orders become available.

If you want a further breakdown on the best offers out there for the iPhone 11 range, then take a look at all the deals available for the iPhone 11

Where can I buy the iPhone 11?

The iPhone 11 will be the flagship model for the 11 range. You can pick it up from the following retailers:

SIM-free

Looking for just the model so you can keep your SIM plan the same? There are a number of places to pick up your iPhone 11. If you have the money to splash upfront, it may end up being cheaper than a contract over time.

First and foremost, Apple itself have offers for pre-ordering the iPhone 11. The benefit of buying directly from Apple is AppleCare coverage and the warranty - though we're sure that some third-party companies will offer this as well.

The iPhone 11 is also dropping at all the major department stores and online retailers. Here's where you can bag yourself an iPhone 11:

Amazon
Argos
BuyMobiles.net
Carphone Warehouse
Currys PC World
E2save
John Lewis
KRCS
Mobiles.co.uk
Mobile Phones Direct
Very.co.uk

Contract

If you're looking to bundle in your airtime plan and handset together, then a contract for your iPhone 11 is the way to go. Most contracts on offer now range from 24 to 36 months for newer models, but this does depend on the provider.

If you're coming to the end of your contract, then you might want to check with your provider to see what upgrade options are on offer for the iPhone 11. If you get in early, you may be able to snag a deal.

Here's all the providers that will offer contracts for the new iPhone 11:

BT
EE
Giffgaff
iD mobile
O2
Sky
Tesco mobile
Three
Virgin
Vodafone

Where can I buy the iPhone 11 Pro?

The iPhone 11 Pro is the higher-end model of the 11. You should be able to find it in the following stores:

SIM-free

Again, the Apple store is the obvious choice. If you're looking to buy elsewhere, here's some more options:

Amazon
Argos
BuyMobiles.net
Carphone Warehouse
Currys PC World
E2save
John Lewis
KRCS
Mobiles.co.uk
Mobile Phones Direct
Very.co.uk

Contract

If you'd like to purchase your airtime and handset together, here's all the providers that should be offering contracts for the new iPhone 11 Pro:

BT
EE
Giffgaff
iD mobile
O2
Sky
Tesco mobile
Three
Virgin
Vodafone

Where can I buy the iPhone 11 Pro Max?

The iPhone 11 Pro Max is a larger and higher-spec version of the standard 11. If you want the handset, then here are the places to go for pre-ordering:

SIM-free

You know the drill - the Apple store is the natural choice for just the handset. However, you can also look at the following:

Amazon
Argos
BuyMobiles.net
Carphone Warehouse
Currys PC World
E2save
John Lewis
KRCS
Mobiles.co.uk
Mobile Phones Direct
Very.co.uk

Contract

If buying the iPhone 11 Max outright is too expensive, here's a list of the providers who'll be offering contracts for the phone:

BT
EE
Giffgaff
iD mobile
O2
Sky
Tesco mobile
Three
Virgin
Vodafone