Apple iPhone 6s prices surface: no change, 16/64/128GB versions confirmed


The prices for the upcoming Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have leaked out and there are no surprises: it is the same pricing model that Apple has been using in years past. The leak originates from Dutch sources, which also reveal that the official release date for the iPhone 6s will be September 25th (but keep in mind that the Netherlands might get the phone a week after the US, Germany and France, where it is said to arrive on September 18th).

What's a bit more interesting is that this latest leak once again reiterates that there will be three versions of each iPhone: one with 16GB of internal storage, a 64GB model and a 128GB version.

With this in mind, let's get right to the pricing:

iPhone 6S

iPhone 6S (Space Grey) 16GB/64GB/128GB (€699/€799/€899)
iPhone 6S (Silver) 16GB/64GB/128GB(€699/€799/€899)
iPhone 6S (Gold) 16/64GB/128GB(€699/€799/€899)

iPhone 6S Plus

iPhone 6S Plus (Space Grey) 16GB/64GB/128GB (€799/€899/€999)
iPhone 6S Plus (Silver) 16GB/64GB/128GB (€799/€899/€999)
iPhone 6S Plus (Gold) 16/64GB/128GB (€799/€899/€999)

So basically, prices start at €699 for the iPhone 6s and €799 for the phablet-sized iPhone 6s Plus.

With this in mind, we can assume that prices in the United States will also remain unchanged from the standard that Apple has been charging in past years.

The iPhone 6s is thus expected to cost $649 for the 16GB version, $749 for the 64GB model and $849 for the 128GB model. Then, the iPhone 6s Plus prices should start at $749 for the 16GB version, and go up to $849 for the 64 gig one and $949 for the 128GB model.

To freshen up your mind, the iPhone 6s family is expected to come with the following list of improvements:

- support for Force Touch
- new, 12-megapixel iSight (rear) camera with support for 4K video recording
- new, animated live wallpapers
- Apple A9 system chip, 2GB of RAM
- updated front camera
- new cellular modem by Qualcomm

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