Apple has taken the wraps off its two new iPhone devices. The iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5in screen while the iPhone 6 has a 4.7in screen. Both also have a new A8 processor and will come running iOS 8 from the off.
For those itching to get their hands on the devices, here’s everything you need to know about when, where and how much they will set you back.
As ever Apple does not leave its fans waiting long to get their mitts on the new iPhone with the devices up for sale on 19 September, and is now available for pre-order. Expect the queues that have already formed outside the Apple store to bulge as the day draws nearer.
However, those in other markets will likely have to wait longer, with Apple focusing on key markets the US, UK, Canada, Germany, France, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore over other nations.
However, orders to do appear to be quick, as Apple's website lists order times for the top-end versions of both phones - featuring 128GB of storage - as not shipping for 3-4 weeks, while other models will take 7-10 business days to ship.
Only the 16GB versions are listed as likely being available on 19 September itself. As such, if you're determined to get your hands on a new device on release day, your best bet may be walking into a store and trying to buy over the counter.
The Apple store will be where most devotees of the cult of iPhone head to get their device but Vodafone has already offered customers the chance to register their interest as has EE. O2 and Three have also listed the phone as available for pre-order and it can be picked up from the Apple online store too.
The iPhone 6 Plus comes in gold, silver or space grey, and will be available in the UK for £619 for the 16GB model, £699 for the 64GB model and £789 for the new 128GB model. Again, no 32GB model is available.
Contract pricing will vary between operators.
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