Apple is currently announcing its new iPhone lineup, and the company is clear that most people are already thinking on how to upgrade. Phil Schiller took some time to confirm that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will cost the same as the current iPhones, and even went as far as to show that the average price on installment plans will be of $27 a month depending on your carrier. A new surprise though is that Apple also wants a piece of that pie, and has just announced an obviously pricier option.

Apple’s new iPhone upgrade plan allows users to be able to upgrade to a new iPhone every year for around $32 a month. If you’re wondering why you’d consider paying an extra $5 a month when compared to US carriers, well there are some benefits. To start, the iPhone that you’re getting is unlocked, you can choose whatever carrier you want, and you get the added bonus of AppleCare+, meaning that if anything goes wrong with your phone, you get a two-year warranty plan with two accidental incidents.

This new option will roll out along with the new iPhones on September 25.

Source: Apple
Via: The Verge

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