Planning to buy an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus? We’ve got all the info on release date, preorders, and how many days it will take to get this phone in your hand.
Preorders open on Friday. Both phones will be released on September 19 in the US. The iPhone 6 starts at $199, and the larger iPhone 6 Plus starts at $299. You can see price and carrier options at Apple’s store page for the iPhone 6.
On Apple’s page for the iPhone 6, it states that “With AT&T Next, you can buy iPhone 6 for as low as $0 down and from $27.05 per month.”
Go hands on with the new iPhone in the video above from CNET.
The iPhone 6 comes in three storage options: the 16GB ($199), the 64GB ($299), and the 128GB ($399). The 6 Plus has three options, too: the 16GB ($299), the 64GB ($399), and the 128GB ($499).
Prices are, of course, higher if you buy a phone off-contract. If you buy off-contract through T-Mobile, expect to pay at least $649.
If past iPhone launches are any indication, supplies may be somewhat short, and your local carrier store may not have the iPhone 6 in sufficient stock to meet rabid customer demand. If you have a particular desire for one of the three colors, you may find you have to wait until stocks have been replenished. You can also order from Apple.com, rather than buying from a carrier store or a physical Apple store. However, if past iPhone launches are anything to go by, the wait between ordering the phone and receiving it might be excruciating.
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