Today was Apple's big iPhone 6 announcement day, and for the most part it's gone according to what many rumors predicted.
Apple did in fact unveil two new iPhones today – a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. Both sport the new Apple A8 processors, improved display capabilities, new cameras, and more. For more on the specs, check out our wrap-up.
Apple has announced that both of these new iPhones will be available in the US on September 19th – and will be available for preorder this Friday, September 12th.
By the end of this year, Apple says the new iPhone 6 models will hit 115 countries.
Now, for pricing.
With a new two-year contract, the iPhone 6 begins at $199 for the 16GB version. The bigger versions, the 64GB and 128GB will run your $299 and $399, respectively.
For the iPhone 6 Plus, add $100 to each size – $299, $399, and $499 for the 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB versions, respectively.
"These are not only the best phones in the world, they really are a great value in the world," said Apple's Phil Schiller.
With the unveiling of the new iPhones, Apple's previous phone models have seen a price reduction. You can snag a new iPhone 5s for $99 and a new iPhone 5c for free (with the ever-present two-year contract).
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