Apple has officially announced just how much future iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus owners will be forking over.
Apple today officially unveiled the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, going over all of the advancements and new additions coming to both flagships this year. After doing all of that, Apple eventually got around to announcing where, and when, the new iPhones will be available. And, most importantly, just how much both devices will cost.
The iPhone 7 will start at 32GB and cost $649.
The iPhone 7 Plus will start at 32GB and cost $769.
Apple also made changes to the way it’s pricing the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, keeping some variants available for folks who want to buy last year’s flagship. The company showed what typical month-to-month pricing will be for each handset at this point, with the iPhone SE starting at $17 per month, the iPhone 6s starting at $23 per month, and the iPhone 6S Plus starting at $27 per month. The iPhone 7 will start at $27 per month, while the iPhone 7 Plus will go for $32 per month. Each of these are the starting price points, of course, with higher storage models costing more per month.
It’s worth noting that the Jet Black iPhone 7, and the Jet Black iPhone 7 Plus will only be available in the 128GB and 256GB storage options. So plan accordingly.