In the USA, the iPhone 6S 16GB starts at $649, while the 64GB sells for $749 and the 128GB goes for $849. The customers have a chance to get a phone with a choice of annual upgrade, a new business model from Apple, and they will pay $32.45 for 16GB, $37.45 for the 64GB model and $42.45 for the 128GB one.
The phones can be purchased and parried with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile or Verizon networks and the cheapest plan will get you the the 16GB vphone for $199 with a saucy 24 month contract.
The iPhone 6S Plus starts at $749, the 64GB sells for $849 and the 128GB version goes for $949. The annual upgrade is also available with the iPhone 6S Plus and will set you back for $37.45 for the 16GB version, $42.45 for the 64GB and $47.45 for the 128GB version.
In Germany, the unlocked and contract free 16GB iPhone 6S sells for €739, 64GB for €849 and the 128GB version sells for €959. Apple Care in Germany costs €149, case sells for €39+ and a lightning dock sells for €59. The iPhone 6S Plus with 16GB sells for €849, 64GB for €959 and 128GB version sells for a rather hefty €1069.
In the UK, the 16GB iPhone 6S sells for £539.00, the 64GB for £619 and iPhone 6S 128GB for €699. The iPhone 6S Plus 16GB sells for £619, the 64 for £699 and the flagship version with 128GB storage sells for £789.
All these phones will be available in retail stores on the September 25th and there is still no word on when these phones will show in some smaller markets. The pre-orders are up, so if you really want one just go for it.