Yesterday morning Apple’s CEO Tim Cook took to the stage at the Flint Center in Cupertino and announced two new iPhone models and an Apple Watch. In case you missed the announcement we have published a round up from the key note speech that you can check out.
If you have already read through the launch post then you may want to know a little more about the price of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Let’s Start With iPhone 6 Prices
The iPhone 6 – 4.7-inch display starts at $199 for the 16GB version on AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. The 64GB version is $299 and finally the 128GB version will set you back $399.
If you are looking to purchase the iPhone 6 off-contract then you can pre-order with T-Mobile for the following prices:
iPhone 6 16GB – $649
iPhone 6 64gb – $749
iPhone 6 128GB – $849
iPhone 6 Plus Prices
The iPhone 6 Plus with 5.5-inch display starts at $299 for the 16Gb version on contract with AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. The price then climbs to $399 for the 64GB model and finally $499 for the 128GB version.
If you are looking to get the iPhone 6 Plus off contract then T-Mobile are offering the following prices:
iPhone 6 Plus 16GB – $749
iPhone 6 Plus 64GB – $849
iPhone 6 Plus 128GB – $949
Both iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will come in the same colors that we saw with last year’s iPhone 5S launch, silver, gold and space grey.
If you want to buy the iPhone but don’t have the cash then Apple offer a limited time only financing option which will allow you to take out a 24 month plan on purchases that are over $450, for iPhones on T-Mobile.
If the balance is paid within 24 months and monthly payments are paid on time the finance is 0%.
The iPhone handsets will be available to pre-order at the end of this week (Friday 12 September), with iOS rolling out a week later (Wednesday 17 September). You can buy the iPhone from Apple retail stores from Friday 19 September.