Apple has announced prices for the iPhone 6. And they're broadly in line with what the rumourmill suggested.
In the US, the standard 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will be on sale from $199 for the entry-level 16GB model on two-year contracts.
Opt for the 64GB iteration and you’re looking at an upfront charge of $299 or $399 for the 128GB option, also on contract deals.
The 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus will set you back $299, $399 and $499 for the same storage options as its smaller brother.
Judging by Apple’s usual policy of translating dollars to pounds pretty much directly, that means you won’t get much change out of £200 for the cheapest iPhone 6 when you pick it up on a contract.
We don’t suppose that will dampen anyone’s ardour, though. You’ll be able to get your hands on the iPhone 6 from September 19th.
Early birds will be able to pre-order the handset from September 12th.
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