TechCrunch: Apple’s new iPhone 6S Plus will go on sale tomorrow, the company has announced.
The phone will retail for $1.199, up from $1 and $1 respectively, on AT&T and Verizon.
iPhone 6s and 6s plus models will start at $1199.95 for the 8GB model, $1299.95, $2299.45, $2499.95 and $3999.00.
Apple is also introducing a new 1TB model for $499.99.
That model will include both 8GB and 16GB of storage, and will come with an Apple Watch Series 2 wireless charging cable, as well as a microSD card slot for up to 64GB of expansion storage.iPhone 6 Plus will also be available in a 64GB version for $2199.
The iPhone 6 Plus is the highest-end iPhone model to date, with a 5.7-inch screen and a new Kirin 960 chip that delivers improved graphics performance.
The latest iPhone is also Apple’s most affordable smartphone to date.
Apple’s iPhone 6 will be available for preorder on September 18 for $599.99, $699.99 and $799.99 at major retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, and Best Buy Express, and it will be arriving on September 23.
The new model will be sold through Apple’s online store, where it will cost $649.99 for 16GB, $799, $899.99 or $949.99 with 32GB of memory, and $999.99 on 64GB.