The Definitive iPhone 6s Roundup: A9, Force Touch, Dimensions & More

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Pricing, Launch & Conclusion

Now that we're done with the upcoming iPhone's technical and design details, it's time to take a look at the expected price of the upcoming flagship devices. We've seen several tidbits about the iPhone 6s duo's price so far too, with the iPhone 6s Plus expected to come at a staggering retail of $1254 for the 128 GB variant. This bit of news, straight from Apple's supply chain sources in Hong Kong, come with its own interesting bit of spin. Starting from the iPhone 6s, the 32, 64 and 128GB variants will allegedly cost you $850, $950 and $1110 respectively. That's right; there might be no 16GB iPhone this year, with the base model coming in at 32GB instead.

As far as the iPhone 6s Plus goes, the same sources claim that the 32, 64 and 128GB variants will end up costing you $980, $1110 and $1254, as mentioned above. There's been no mention of carrier pricing options though, with the only information that we've seen on the subject so far is an alleged memo from Walmart, that was deemed to be fake later on.

Everything aside, we believe that Apple will debut the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus with the same pricing structure as its current iPhone 6 lineup. With the iPhone 6s starting at $650 for the base model, and iPhone 6s Plus starting at $750, adding increments of $100 as you bump up the storage one step higher each time.

And at last, the iPhone 6s duo can be expected to be launched at a similar date as last year, i.e. on September 9th.

The main selling point of this year's iPhones will be their feature upgrades, and Apple should be looking to further build on the 6th-generation of the iPhone this year. The iPhone 6 duo last year introduced a completely new design, and with the 6s, Apple should be free to focus on core performance and features.

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