The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are official, and now we know the price and release date too.
The iPhone 6S starts at £539 for the 16GB model, and costs £619 for the 64GB one and £699 for the 128GB.
As expected, the 6S Plus is more expensive. The 16GB model costs £619, the 64GB is £699 and the 128GB is £789.
Both handsets are on sale from September 25th (two weeks on Friday), with pre-orders starting on September 12th (this Saturday).
Carphone Warehouse, Virgin Media and Vodafone have confirmed they will offer the new iPhones, with more stockists sure to follow soon.
Apple also has a new buying initiative called Upgrade Program, though it'll only be available in the US to start with. It works just like a standard phone contract, but Apple takes control of the whole experience. You buy an unlocked iPhone direct from Apple to run on the network of your choice, and pay for it in monthly instalments.
Upgrade Program includes AppleCare+, the extended warranty package that also covers accidental damage. The 24-month instalment plan starts at $32 a month and gets you the entry-level 16GB iPhone 6S.
While Upgrade Program is a 24-month contract, you can buy a new iPhone every year. Apple didn't say if this will have any extra costs.