Apple slashes iPhone 6s prices, upgrades storage options
Now that Apple finally announced its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, you may be wondering what's happening to the iPhone 6s series. Well, this won't go way, and Apple will continue to sell the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at reduced prices - most likely until September next year, when the 2017 iPhone family should arrive.
Starting today, Apple is listing the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus only in 32 GB and 128 GB variants, so the 16 GB and 64 GB models have been discontinued. Prices are as follows:
- iPhone 6s 32 GB - $549 (available to order on September 9)
- iPhone 6s 128 GB - $649 (available right away)
- iPhone 6s Plus 32 GB - $649 (available to order on September 9)
- iPhone 6s Plus 128 GB - $749 (available right away)
As you may have heard, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus offer various important new features, including water resistance, Apple A10 Fusion chipset, new 12 MP cameras, stereo speakers, and up to 256 GB of storage space. But some people may still prefer the older iPhone models, not just because they're now cheaper, but also because the new models do not feature 3.5 mm headset jacks. So, are you one of the customers pondering to get an iPhone 6s or SE in the near future?