What you should know about today’s new iPhones:The iPhone 6 is Apple’s flagship smartphone that debuted in 2017, and its predecessor, the iPhone 6 Plus.
The iPhone SE launched in November 2019 and has been a big hit.
The latest iPhones also launch with an upgraded version of the Apple Watch Series 2, but you’ll still get the basics like a new screen, new camera and an improved Face ID fingerprint scanner.
Here’s everything you need from today’s iPhone launch coverage.
Read more:What you need for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus:iPhone 6 and 6 PlusThe iPhone 7 launches on September 18.
The iPhone 7 Plus will arrive on October 19.
The 6s Plus and 6s models will launch on November 7.
The 6s and 6 will be available in two different colors, grey and black.
The larger 6s is the best option for those who don’t want to go with a dark grey iPhone.
Apple’s new iPhone 6 models are priced between $999 and $10,999 (US).
The 6 Plus is available in a few different configurations.
You can get an unlocked model, which comes with iOS 11.3, for $1,799 (US) or a 32GB version, which includes iOS 11, 10.1.2, 10 and iOS 10.3.
The Apple Watch Edition (the bigger version with more sensors) costs $1.99.
The new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have a screen resolution of 13.3 inches (diagonal) and weigh 5.2 pounds (2.4kg).
The iPhone 6s comes in at 6.1 inches (14.4cm) and weighs 5.4 pounds (3.8kg).
Both models are waterproof to 50 meters (164 feet).
The larger model is water resistant to 50 feet (15.7 metres).
The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are the first iPhones to come with a 3D Touch Touch fingerprint sensor.
You have to use it on the back of the phone to unlock it.
The new iPhones will have the fingerprint scanner built-in.iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus will come with the Apple Pay service.
The most recent iPhone 6 model is $999, and the 6s model is priced at $1:1,999, $1 for the iPhone 5 and $2 for the 6 Plus (for US customers).
The new iPhone SE will be priced at US$1,299 (US$1.50 for the older iPhone 6).
Apple has also updated the Apple TV app to support the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Pro and iPhone 8, which will also be available for free on September 22.
The iOS 11 software update also includes a number of bug fixes and performance improvements.
Apple also added a new emoji for the holiday season, including the Star of David and the star and crescent moon.
Apple will launch two new Apple Pay services: a $49/month iPhone Pay and a $29/month Apple Pay Plus service.