Why Apple will sell kids’ clothing stores and online for $49 per year

The iPhone 6s Plus, which debuted earlier this year and is expected to ship in September, will ship for $399, and the iPhone X, which is scheduled to arrive in April, will cost $499.

In a statement, Apple said it will be “selling a wide range of kid’s clothing and accessories for a limited time, starting on September 14, 2018, to the lowest price possible for all children under 12 years old.”

Apple said that this includes children’s apparel, children’s accessories, childrens games, kids’ accessories, and accessories like shoes, hats, and umbrellas.

In addition to selling clothing, the company will be offering the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus as accessories, which are available for $9.99 and $19.99, respectively.

The iPhone X will ship with a $100 credit for purchasing a children’s accessory.

Apple is also offering discounts for children under 5 and up to $200 on select Apple Watch bands.

The company also is planning to sell the new iPhone X in stores in the US.

The deal comes after Apple CEO Tim Cook and other executives made an impassioned pitch to parents to buy the new phones, claiming they are more comfortable and less bulky than their older iPhones.

According to a report from The Verge, Apple is currently selling the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X for $1,149, $1 of which is a discount on the base price.