iPhone 6S Price Starts at $850 for 32 GB Model, New Report Claims
Apple is nearing by its annual release of a new smartphone, and this year the company is due to launch the iPhone 6S duo.
Last year, the Cupertino giant saw record-breaking sales for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Its profits have skyrocketed since then, and that doesn’t seem to be slowing down as the company has reportedly ordered massive amount of units for the next generation of iPhone.
Speculations surrounding the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have been making rounds for a while now. Apple’s new flagship phones are expected to come with several upgrades on board. The most prominent of these upgrades is the integration of Force Touch technology – a new feature developed by Apple that enables the phone’s display to distinguish between a light tap and firmer press and then respond accordingly.
Today’s leak comes from Apple’s supply sources in Hong Kong who have apparently revealed the company’s pricing plans for their upcoming iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. If the report is to be believed, the iPhone 6S might see a similar price as its predecessor.
Below are the alleged retail prices of iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. However, it should be kept in mind that these have been converted from Chinese RMB, so they might not be as precisely accurate.
iPhone 6S Price
iPhone 6S (32 GB) – $850
iPhone 6S (64 GB) – $980
iPhone 6S (128 GB) – $1110
iPhone 6S Plus Price
iPhone 6S Plus (32 GB) – $980
iPhone 6S Plus (64 GB) – $1110
iPhone 6S Plus (128 GB) – $1254
Nothing is official as of yet, and Apple definitely won’t be announcing the prices until it launches the iPhone 6S this September.
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