Apple is launching three new iPhones in Europe, as well as a range of accessories.
The first is the new iPhone 7s Plus, which will arrive in France on October 22.
This is the first iPhone to feature the new design language that Apple introduced for the iPhone 6S Plus.
The company’s marketing director for the new model, Tom Szczepanik, described the iPhone 7 as a “truly revolutionary iPhone.”
The second is the iPhone SE, which has a new design that combines the new Apple Pay feature with an “all-new design.”
The new iPhone comes with an all-new aluminum unibody, with a curved back, a new back-lit LED screen, and a new metal frame around the camera lens.
It’s a “modern, cutting-edge device,” said Szczeps, who is also Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing and Worldwide Marketing Communications.
It’s also “designed to offer exceptional features for customers, including the ability to add Apple Pay to any of the phones in its lineup, and Apple Pay support for iOS.”
This iPhone will be available in both Europe and the U.S., but it will only be available for select retailers in France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, the UK and the United States.
The U.K. retail launch date is October 25.
Apple is expected to announce more details on the next iPhone, a 10-inch model.