They're not available to all of the people in all of the places right away but one of the launch markets is, once again, the UK. If you're planning on pre-ordering or lining up outside your local Apple Store to get a new phone, you'll want to know just how much you're going to be spending.
Here's a quick break down of the unlocked prices for the new phones:
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That takes care of the phones. If you're wanting to pick up a couple of accessories while you're there, here's a quick list of prices for some of the more popular options:
- iPhone 6s Silicone Case - £25
- iPhone 6s Leather Case - £35
- iPhone 6s Plus Silicon Case - £29
- iPhone 6s Plus Leather Case - £39
- iPhone Lightning Dock - £39
If you're still interested in picking up a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, the prices of those two models have now dropped slightly. The iPhone 6 starts at £459 for the 16GB model while the iPhone 6 Plus starts at £539 for the same storage. Both have 64GB models available, too, for £539 and £619 respectively. There's only two colors available for these, Silver and Space Grey. The iPhone 5s is now the entry point and it'll cost you £379 or £419 for 16 or 32GB respectively.
So, there we have it. That's what Apple will charge you to go to its store and buy yourself a shiny new iPhone without the hassle of a contract. The carriers will now start to do their usual hustling around the new phones, but if you can afford to buy outright, you'll most certainly save yourself a chunk in the long run.
Pre-orders begin September 12 at 8.01 am local time on the UK Apple Store.