Here's how much the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will cost in the UK

Apple's new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are going to be the new hot ticket in the smartphone scene when they go on sale on September 25.

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.

Richard Devine

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