A new Apple iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone SE, and iPhone Xs Max with 32GB of storage is just the latest upgrade for Apple’s iPhone line, according to AppleInsider’s own iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus reviews.
The iPhone 6 models we tested today all include a new 32GB iPhone 6 model.
The new models are available for $749 and $899, respectively.
AppleInsiders first review of the new iPhones revealed the new phones would be the iPhone 6 with Touch ID, the iPhone 7 with Touch Pro, and the iPhone 8 with Touch Screen, but the company hasn’t announced which models are being updated.
If you’re a fan of older iPhone models, we recommend you stick with the 32GB model of the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 4s, and other models that are still available for purchase.
Apple will probably update the new iPhone 6 lineup with 32 GB and 64 GB models as soon as the new models come out, and it’s likely that these new models will be available at retail for the next few weeks.
AppleInsider was able to get a hold of the 32 GB iPhone 6 for $700 on Amazon for a year’s worth of data, but we’ll be interested to see if the new 32 GB models come to market soon.
The new iPhones are coming from Apple’s third-party partners like Amazon, T-Mobile, and Verizon, but there’s no word on how much these new phones will cost.
It looks like the iPhone XS Max and iPhone 8 Plus will be cheaper than the 32-GB models, but both models are rumored to be available in 32GB or 64 GB.
Apple has also updated the Apple Watch Series 2, which will be released this September.
The updated version of the Apple watch has a new “Touch ID” fingerprint sensor and a new design for its stainless steel bezel.
Apple has also added a second charging dock to the watch to support up to six devices at once, including an iPhone, a Macbook, an iPad, and an iPhone 6.