In time-honoured style Apple has reduced the price of the iPhone 6s, after lifting the lid on the iPhone 7 earlier today.
The cheapest 16GB edition of the iPhone 6s is now available for £499. That’s down from £539 previously.
Want the 6s Plus? That’s taken a haircut from £619 for the 16GB model and can now be had for a minimum outlay of £599.
The good news, though, is that Apple has also boosted the storage of those entry-level editions of the 6s and 6s Plus. Instead of 16GB, you now get a much more workable 32GB.
Networks have yet to revise contract prices accordingly. But we’ll let you know when cheaper deals arrive.
In the meantime, you can check out what we made of Apple’s 2015 review with our iPhone 6s review.Or get up to speed with our coverage of the iPhone 7 launch event.
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