iPhone 6S is how Apple intends to spell prosperity this year, albeit the phone's design doesn't look all that different and it isn't authentically called the iPhone 7 after all. With the incipient iPhone, it's what's on the inside that counts, as a pedagogia resembling Apple CEO Tim Cook may have once told you. The same applies to the approximately identical iPhone 6S Plus, additionally. Update: Our final iPhone 6S 2015 review put Apple's incipient phone to the early test.
Read how it fared, or perpetuate to read about all its features below. The most consequential iPhone 6S rumors are that you're in for a paramount specs upgrade, with a more expeditious performing phone, a novel 3D Touch screen and a much superior 12MP camera. Is there enough here for an upgrade? Now that it's out in stores, let's break down all of the details, from the iPhone 6S price, to the design, to camera and, and conclusively, the battery life.
iPhone 6S Release Date:
The official iPhone 6S release date with latest Google Apps was last Friday, September 25 in a dozen countries, including the US, UK and Australia. Pre-orders commenced more than a week earlier on Saturday, September 12. There was vigorous authoritative ordinance of the "rose gold" iPhone 6S from the moment Cook revealed that incipient pale pink color during the iPhone press conference at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Interestingly, Apple let fans line up in front of its Apple Stores on launch day, unlike the more tame Apple Watch release date, but it let in-store pickup reservation holders go first, in our line experiences. That signifies, no matter how long people physically waited in line for the launch, being online was the best way to score the rose gold iPhone on day one.
iPhone 6S Price:
Apple answered all of the incipient iPhone rumors during its live event earlier this month, including the all-consequential question: how much does iPhone 6S cost? "Any iPhone you optate is pretty affordable," according to Apple, which of course denotes it's just as extravagant. Apple never uses soft adjectives like "comely" when words like "definitely" and "indisputably" subsist. It's exhaustively unapologetic about that. The iPhone 6S price commences at $649 in the US, £539 in the UK and AU$1,079 in Australia.
That's the same price as last year's iPhone 6 in the US and UK. It'll be $199 in the US on a two-year contract. That's for the ingress-level configuration, which again commences at a paltry 16GB. The iPhone 6S in a more accommodating 64GB is $749 (£619, AU$1,229) and 128GB is ($849, £699, AU$1,379). Once again, there's no 32GB iPhone when virtually every Android this year commenced with that storage size. There's no price change, but a revision is being made to the how US consumers go about buying the incipient iPhone.
In lieu of "starting at $199," it'll cost around $27 or more a month from carriers. Apple had to pivot to withal mention this monthly contrivance payment plans being offered by Verizon, AT&T, Sprint T-Mobile and others. Apple additionally introduced an "iPhone Upgrade Program" of its own that commences at $32 a month, includes an incipient unlocked iPhone every year for $0 and throws in its AppleCare+ aegis. You culminate up spending $384 on the phone over 12 months and trade-in the working iPhone for the next one that makes iPhone 7 rumors little true.