The Apple Online Store and Apple Store app for iOS have come back online, and with them come pre-orders of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus, and Apple Watch Series 4. All three devices are now available, with the first pre-orders arrive next Friday, September 21st.

The Apple Watch Series 4 packs a handful of improvements, including a 30 percent larger display and a thinner body design. There’s a new gold stainless steel color, as well as a new Digital Crown with haptic feedback, ECG support, new watch faces, and much more.

The Apple Watch Series 4 is slightly more expensive than its predecessor, starting at $399 for the aluminum model with GPS. The aluminum model with cellular support starts at $499. The stainless steel now starts at $699.

Read more about the Apple Watch Series 4 here. 

The iPhone Xs expands the iPhone X lineup into two screen sizes: 5.8-inches and a brand new 6.5-inch iPhone XS Max. Both devices feature Apple’s new A12 Bionic processor, dual-SIM support, camera enhancements, a new 512GB storage option, and more.

iPhone XS starts at $999, while the iPhone XS Max starts at $1,099.

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

After some 10,000 votes, our 9to5Mac poll shows that the most readers are interested in purchasing the Apple Watch Series 4, followed closely by the iPhone XS Max. The iPhone Xs then has a slight lead over readers who say they are buying nothing tonight.

Did you successfully pre-order what you wanted? Or did you run into trouble? Let us know down in the comments.

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