Apple will launch new iPhones and iPads in the country in the coming weeks, the company has announced.
The news comes after a series of scandals including a recall of the iPhone 5s, which the company said was due to an alleged “low-quality” battery.
“Apple will launch the iPhone X in the United Kingdom in early 2017,” the company wrote in a statement.
The iPhone X was first unveiled at a public event in San Francisco earlier this month, but the US has been slow to get its hands on the device.
A number of Apple products were also pulled from the shelves at the end of June.
Apple is also planning to release a “new line of premium mobile phones and tablets”.
It is unclear when Apple plans to launch the new models.
The launch of a new model does not guarantee it will have a cheaper price tag, as a new iPhone or iPad could be more expensive.
The company said the new iPhones will have an aluminium body, and the company plans to include an aluminium back.
Apple previously launched the iPhone 8 in Australia, and later the iPhone 9 in the US.
“iPhone X and iPhone XS will be available for pre-order at participating Apple retail outlets starting today,” Apple said.
“We’re thrilled to introduce iPhone X and XS to our customers and are committed to bringing them to life with the best quality and performance for years to come.”
The iPhone 8 was launched in February, and is a more premium version of the existing iPhone model, which has a bigger screen and an aluminium frame.