JB Hi-Fi launches a massive sale with $1,000 slashed off the price of the iPhone

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JB Hi-Fi launches a massive sale on top technology brands – with $1,000 slashed off the price of the iPhone XS and designer headphones reduced to $149

  • JB Hi-Fi is offering massive reductions on smart phones, TVs and laptops
  • The technology giant has slashed $1,000 off the price of the 2018 iPhone XS
  • It usually costs $2,299 but is now $1,229 ahead of the launch of the iPhone 12
  • HP computers are discounted from $1,998 to $1,598, a saving of $400 
  • Headphones are down to $149 and Segway electric scooters to $799 

JB Hi-Fi has slashed the prices of phones, TVs and laptops as part of a massive clearance sale on top technology brands online and in stores across Australia.

Perhaps the best deal is a massive $1,000 discount on the 512GB iPhone XS, which usually costs $2,299 but is now just $1,129 as the retailer prepares for the launch of the iPhone 12, Apple’s latest release which is slated to drop this week.

The XS – which was one of the first designs with a full-screen front – has a 5.8 inch high definition display and two 12-megapixel cameras on the back.

It’s compatible with Apple’s latest iOS14 update, which means it offers all the features of later releases for a fraction of the price.

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JB Hi-Fi has slashed the price of the 512GB iPhone XS (pictured) from $2,299 to $1,299 ahead of the release of Apple’s latest offering, the iPhone 12

JB Hi-Fi’s best clearance deals

* Apple iPhone XS 512GB, was $2,299 now $1,299 ($1,000 off)

* HP 512GB laptop, was $1,998 now $1,598 ($400 off)

* LG 55-inch TV, was $3,295 now $2,995 ($300 off)

* Segway electronic scooter, was $999 now $799 ($200 off)

* Sennheiser noise-cancelling headphones, were $299 now $149 ($150 off)

* Samsung Galaxy A21 32GB, was $329 now $299 ($30 off) 

And it’s not the only old Apple model on special offer, with the iPhone 11 Pro down from $2,499 to $2,149 and the iPhone 7 now just $549.

Aside from phones there’s also huge savings on computers, with 512GB HP laptops marked down from $1,998 to $1,598.

Accessories are similarly reduced, with Sennheiser noise-cancelling headphones down from $299 to $149 and a Samsung wireless speaker down from $799 to $559.

It’s also a good time to invest in appliances and home entertainment systems, with smart LG 55-inch screen televisions marked down from $3,295 to $2,995 and Haier dishwashers down from $799 to $719.

This HP 512GB laptop is down from $1,998 to $1,598 at JB Hi-Fi

Segway electronic scooters are similar reduced, with prices slashed from $999 to $799

HP 512GB laptops (left) are down from $1,998 to $1,598 while Segway electronic scooters (right) are reduced from $999 to $799 at JB Hi-Fi

Smart LG 55-inch screen televisions (pictured) are marked down from $3,295 to $2,995

Smart LG 55-inch screen televisions (pictured) are marked down from $3,295 to $2,995

A range of devices perfect as Christmas gifts are also on sale, including Segway electronic scooters reduced from $999 to $799. 

Shoppers holding out for the release of the iPhone 12 won’t have much longer to wait, with the official launch expected to take place on Tuesday, October 13 via a livestream event.

Pre-orders are rumoured to open three days later on Friday, October 16.

To browse JB HiFi’s full clearance range, please visit the website here. 

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