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Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus pre-orders are now live

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Just as promised, Apple has put the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus up for pre-order today, on September 12th.

The new iPhone 6s family is available on all four major US carriers: AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile, and you can also choose to buy the phone unlocked for its full retail price due right away.

The new thing about iPhones this year is that you can place pre-orders using the novel Apple annual iPhone upgrade plan that will cost you $5 on top of your monthly installment.

Here is how prices and waiting times vary for the different iPhone models.

Apple iPhone 6s: 


  • $27.45 a month for 16GB model with monthly installments and no annual upgrade option ($32.45 for 64GB, $37.45 for 128GB)
  • $32.45 a month for 16GB model with monthly installments and annual upgrade option ($37.45 for 64GB, $42.45 for 128GB)
  • $649 full retail price for 16GB model
  • $749 full retail price for 64GB model
  • $849 full retail price for 128GB model

Apple iPhone 6s Plus:


  • $32.45 a month for 16GB model with monthly installments and no annual upgrade option ($37.45 for 64GB, $42.45 for 128GB)
  • $37.45 a month for 16GB model with monthly installments and annual upgrade option ($42.45 for 64GB, $47.45 for 128GB)
  • $749 full retail price for 16GB model
  • $849 full retail price for 64GB model
  • $949 full retail price for 128GB model

For those of you who don't want to deal with online pre-orders, the new iPhone 6s models will be available online and at brick and mortar Apple Retail Stores beginning at 8:00 a.m. on September 25th.


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