Apple unveiled its 2018 iPhone and Apple Watch lineup yesterday at Steve Jobs Theater, and preorders for the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 are slated to begin at 12:01AM PT tonight.

What do you plan on ordering tonight?

The Apple Watch Series 4 includes a handful of new features and changes, perhaps most notably of which is a 30 percent larger display. The device also offers new health features, a thinner body, a new Digital Crown, and much more.

Read more about the Apple Watch Series 4 here. 

Meanwhile, the iPhone Xs Max brings a new 6.5-inch OLED display, and both the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max come in a new gold color shade. Other improvements include a new A12 Bionic processor, camera enhancements, a new 512GB storage option, dual-SIM support, and more.

Read more about the iPhone Xs & iPhone Xs Max here. 

Apple also introduced the colorful and more affordable iPhone XR yesterday, but that device will not be available for preorder until October 19th and ship on October 26th.

Personally, I plan on picking up a 256GB iPhone Xs Max in space gray. I’m a huge fan of the iPhone X – and don’t think the differences between the two warrant an upgrade unless you want the bigger screen, which I absolutely do.

As for the Apple Watch Series 4, I’m still contemplating picking one up or not. The improvements compared to the Series 3 are undoubtedly incredible, but I’m not sure whether or not they warrant an upgrade for me personally this year.

What about you? What do you plan on ordering tonight? Take the poll below and let us know your specific configurations down in the comments.

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