The moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived. Drumroll, please. The freshly unveiled Apple iPhone 7 will start at $649 outright stateside with 32 (not 16, thankfully) storage, while the plus-sized model shall set you back an unsurprisingly much steeper $769 in its entry-level configuration.

Other options include 128 and 256 gigs of internal digital hoarding room (buh-bye, 64), pre-orders officially kicking off this Friday, September 9. Actual sales and deliveries are underway exactly one week later, on the 16th, in 28 countries around the world, with 30 more following the week after.

The Jet Black flavor can only be had in 128 and 256GB variations, whereas iOS 10 rolls out as early as September 13, and new AirPods ship way down in late October at $159 a pair.

In other news, the iPhone Upgrade Program is due for an expansion into China and the UK before long.

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