iPhone Upgrade Program is now available online at the Apple Store

Previously limited to retail outlets, Apple has expanded its iPhone Upgrade Program to its online store. The two-year interest-free instalment plan ensures that you have the latest iPhone every year, and includes AppleCare+ coverage.

Under the plan, you can get your hands on a 16GB iPhone 6s for as low as $32.41 monthly, or a base model of the 6s Plus for $36.51 a month. After 12 monthly instalments, you have the option to upgrade to a new iPhone for free. The instalment plans are available for carrier editions of the iPhone, and not the SIM-free model.

If you want to use the latest iPhone and don't want to buy the phone upfront, the iPhone Upgrade Program is an enticing option. And it's now available online.

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Everything you need to know about the iPhone Upgrade Program

Harish Jonnalagadda

The clumsiest man in tech.

  • I'd love to do this, but need an unlocked phone. I'm going to upgrade pretty much every year anyways. Posted via the iMore App for Android
  • Looks like a good deal. Just praying they will bring this to the UK some day :(
  • It's not needed in the UK as you can upgrade through your network as we still have subsidies here in the UKunlike the US. Sent from the iMore App
  • Surprised that it took so long for them to do that, it's about time. But I'll pass, unlocked phones are the way for me.
  • They are still unlocked even when you choose a carrier cause it's from Apple not the carrier Sent from the iMore App
  • They have had this program for awhile. No new news here! Sent from the iMore App
  • right, but you had to walk into a store to do this. now you can do this online.