The rumours were true: Apple has launched the largest iPhone yet, the iPhone 6 Plus. It features a 5.5-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and comes with a battery life that's 100% better than the iPhone 5S.
Apple announced that pre-orders for the iPhone 6 Plus begin this Friday, September 12, after which units will begin shipping out on September 19 - but which networks will be offering the iPhone 6 Plus, and what are the best deals?
Glad you asked.
If you want to buy an unlocked iPhone 6 Plus without taking out a contract, you can. For the 16GB iPhone 6 Plus the price is £619, whilst for the 64GB version the price tag is £699. If you fancy the 128GB variant then be prepared to hand over £789.
EE will be providing the iPhone 6 Plus with its contracts. It will also be the first UK network to offer Wi-Fi calling with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. The network has yet to announce its pricing plans.
Apple promises you'll be able to begin calls on your mobile network, and then seamlessly transfer over to calling over Wi-Fi when you're in range, and vice versa. This feature will only work if your network supports it. At the moment if you're on EE, then you'll be good to go.
Vodafone will also be offering the iPhone 6 Plus with its 4G contracts. To coincide with the launch of pre-orders for the iPhone 6 Plus, Vodaphone will be offering increased content with its 4G Red XL and Red XXL plans.
This will include a six month subscription to Netflix and a choice of either a Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile TV subscription for the full 24 month duration of the contract.