After officially revealing the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus this morning, Apple confirmed pricing and availability details for both new models, with the following numbers assuming “on 24-month contract” or carrier-financed pricing. Off-contract pricing will be higher.
Apple has announced an iPhone Upgrade Program, to get the new iPhone each year with your choice of carrier – unlocked phone with AppleCare+, starting at $32 per month.
The iPhone 6s will be available for pre-order in 16GB ($199), 64GB ($299), and 128GB ($399) capacities, each in space gray, silver, gold, or rose gold colors. Each iPhone 6s Plus model will sell for a $100 premium over the iPhone 6s, starting at 16GB ($299), 64GB ($399), and 128GB ($499). Apple will continue to offer the older iPhone 5s ($0), iPhone 6 ($99) and iPhone 6 Plus ($199) in 16GB capacities. The new iPhones will ship and become available in stores on September 18.