Verizon announces it will offer iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, the most advanced iPhones ever, beginning on September 25.
In fairness, savvy users do have options that alleviate the storage pressure on the 16GB iPhone. The report says that some of the vendors in Mumbai’s Heera Panna and Crawford markets, Delhi’s Gaffar market, and Kolkata’s Air-Conditioned and Fancy markets have started taking pre-orders for the new Apple phone, which will be available with them within two days of launch in the United States market. One of the advantages of this deal is you also get the AppleCare+ for free that would otherwise cost an additional $129 paid in a span of two years. For someone who needs a nifty new phone every year, the plan makes sense.
Once you get used to the change, you’ll look think two-year contracts are as outdated as a flip phone or mom’s old dial phone. Their Jump on Demand installation plan is no money down, and from there it’s $20 monthly for the iPhone 6s and $24 a month for the iPhone 6s Plus. Though this amounts to higher than the retail prices (at roughly $768 and $888 respectively), Apple is throwing in a few key features and services to compensate.
But don’t panic. You’ll be able to spread out the payments, paying about $25 a month at most carriers. Apple is also offering a leasing plan.
The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are the same size as their predecessors but come with a better camera, faster chips, a new rose-gold color and the force-sensitive “3D Touch” technology embedded in the screen.