*To identify your iPhone model number, see For details on LTE support, contact your carrier and see www.apple.com/iphone/LTE.iPhone 6 may ship with iOS 8. iOS 9 will be available as a free download beginning September 16.
These are Apple phones so they were never going to be cheap but the iPhone 6 Plus is more expensive weighing in at a whopping 789/$949 for the top specification 128GB version. By comparison the same spec iPhone 6 costs 699/$849.
Apple Pay: While HealthKit has been directly countered by Google Fit, Apple Pay is inexplicably without equal after the long stutter of Google Wallet. I expect Google and Microsoft to now step up their game here, but Apple has pulled its familiar trick of coming from nowhere to shake up something rivals have been trying to get right for years. 2015 will be massive for Apple Pay.
I am looking into getting an iphone this my kids they have taken over my 4 iPads. If I get an iPhone that would solve the problem. My son has the 6 and told me to go with the 6+ 128 model. Thanks for the article great points.
I am a teacher. Many cell phone companies, Verizon in my case (no pun intended!), not only offer educators a discount on their cell plan, but also discounts on accessories. I bought my Tech21 case from Verizon for $29 with the discount. Not only educators qualify for these discounts so check with your carrier to see if you qualify because of where you work.
[Update: The iPhone 6 Plus may have launched more than three years ago, but Apple is still pushing iOS updates to the handset and there are some great deals to be had for those looking for a cheap iPhone.]
Apple's debut phablet is still a winner if you're in the market for a cheap iOS device with a big screen. It's no longer top of Apple's pecking order, having been replaced by the iPhone 6S Plus, 7 Plus and most recently, the iPhone 8 Plus.
Apple debuted the iPhone 6 last week, and this time around, the standard flagship model is joined by a beefed-up brother, the iPhone 6 Plus. Latching on to the growing phablet trend, the Plus stretches to 5.5\" in size, whereas the standard iPhone 6 checks in at 4.7\". Apple also supercharged the Plus with a higher-resolution screen and optical image stabilization, among other things.
Thus, we were curious to know just how many people are actually interested in the pricier model. We asked 1,807 of our readers if they would buy a newly-announced iPhone, and if so, which one. As it turns out, despite the additional cost, more shoppers were interested in buying the Plus; 34.3% of respondents claimed they will buy the iPhablet, whereas only 29.6% will purchase the standard iPhone 6. This supports early reports that the Plus actually sold out in preorders (although that fact alone doesn't definitively prove that the Plus is more popular, since Apple might have produced different amounts for each model).
Today there are more ways than ever to buy an iPhone. There's the old two-year contract, though those are getting phased out more and more all the time (thanks to T-Mobile's recent disruption of the US wireless industry). Then there are installment plans, where you pay the totals you see above over (usually) 24 months. And of course you can also just shell out these full amounts outright.
Apple is also now offering its own unique iPhone Upgrade Program, where you pay a monthly fee (starting at US$32.41 per month for the 16 GB iPhone 6s) and will always have the latest iPhone. When Apple releases new models next year, you just trade in your 6s or 6s Plus and continue to pay the same fee for the newer model (and so on).
Customers can purchase iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at Nex-Tech Wireless retail stores and authorized agent locations. For complete details on pricing, please visit: www.nex-techwireless.com. For more information on iPhone, please visit: www.apple.com/iphone. 781b155fdc