iPhone 6s Release Date
Though iPhone 6s was release on Apple's press conference at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on September 9th 2015, but it isn't on sale just yet.
iPhone 6S will not be available until September 25 in a dozen countries, including the US, UK and Australia. You can preorder it from Saturday, September 12.
Apple isn't banning lines in front of its stores for the iPhone 6S release date like it did for Apple Watch, but pre-orders are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins may be disappointed on day one.
iPhone 6s Price
Apple answered all of the new iPhone rumors today, including the all-important question: how much is iPhone 6s?
"Any iPhone you want is pretty affordable," according to Apple, which of course means it's going to be just as expensive. I mean, Apple never ever uses soft descriptors like "pretty." It's more into "definitely" and "unquestionably."
The iPhone 6S price is $649 in the US, £539 in the UK and AU$1,079 in Australia. That's the same price as last year's iPhone 6. It'll be $199 in the US on a two-year contract.
That's for the entry-level configuration, which again starts at a paltry 16GB. The iPhone 6S in a more accommodating 64GB is $749 (£619, AU$1,229) and 128GB is $849, £699 and AU$1,379.
That's not a price change, but a revision is being made to the way US consumers go about buying the new iPhone. Instead of "starting at $199," it'll cost around $22 to $30 a month from most carriers. Apple had to pivot to also mention this monthly device payment plans are being offered by Verizon, AT&T, Sprint T-Mobile and others.
It also mentioned that it's devising its own "upgrade every year" policy through the Apple Store. It's officially called the "iPhone Upgrade Program" and includes Apple Care+ staring at $32 a month in the US.