Apple just unveiled two new iPhones, the 6S and the 6S Plus.
Preorders start September 12 and the phones launch on September 16, which is also when iOS 9 comes out.
The iPhone 6S on contract will cost $US199 for 16GB, $US299 for 64GB, and $US399 for 128GB. The iPhone 6S Plus will be $US100 more expensive for each configuration.
Apple’s also introducing something called the iPhone upgrade program that will make it cheaper for people to get new iPhones every year. You’ll pay $US32 a month for two years, but be able to get new iPhones every year.
Apple’s also adding a new “rose gold” colour to the line-up.
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