APPLE TOOK THE WRAPS OFF two new iPhones on Tuesday, with the most expensive of the pack priced at £789.
Apple's latest smartphones will be available in two different sizes: the iPhone 6 comes with a 4.7in screen and the phablet contender iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5in screen.
The iPhone 6 will be priced at £539, £619 and £699, respectively, for the 16/64/128GB models. And no, that's not a typo - there won't be a 32GB model of the new iPhone 6.
The iPhone 6 Plus will set you back £619, £699 and up to £789, respectively, for the 16/64/128GB models. Again, no 32GB option is available.
Both versions will be available for pre-order in gold, silver or space grey. A bevvy of mobile operators will be selling the new devices, including Vodafone, EE and O2. Pre-orders of both iPhone models begin on Friday, 12 September.
The UK pricing is a mark up on the iPhone US cost. Over in the US, the Plus model will set you back $299, $399 and up to $499 for 16/64/128GB versions respectively. The iPhone 6 will cost $199, $299 and $399 for the 16/64/128GB models respectively on two-year contracts in the US.
The phones will go on sale from 19 September in nine countries, including the UK, US, France, Japan and Australia.
Both models will launch running the new iOS 8 operating system and are powered by a new A8 processor and M8 motion processor, which Apple touted as being able to recognise elevation and motion.
Apple also claimed improved battery life for both models. The iPhone 6 is listed as offering 11 hours of WiFi browsing. The iPhone 6 Plus has an even longer battery life and listed as offering users 12 hours of WiFi browsing. µ
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