Apple is finally starting to sell new iPhones 6 models in the U.S., with carriers announcing they’ll begin shipping the iPhone 6 on Thursday.
That’s good news for consumers, as it means they’ll be able to start getting the phones sooner rather than later.
The iPhone 6 is one of the most anticipated devices to come out of the Apple keynote, which will be held on Tuesday, October 14.
The iPhone 6 will be the first iPhone ever to offer an all-new design, with an all new “Super Retina Display” that promises to deliver better graphics and visual effects.
The new iPhone will be priced at $999 and it will feature a 5.5-inch screen, a 12-megapixel camera, a new “Apple Pencil” stylus and a “new edge-to-edge display.”
Apple says that “the 5.7-inch iPhone 6 Plus will also be available at a lower price.”
There are some notable differences between the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 7, as well as the iPhone 8.
The new iPhone features a 3D Touch display and the headphone jack on the back of the phone, while the iPhone X has a headphone jack.
The first iPhone 6s model will be sold in stores in the coming weeks, with the new iPhone 7 coming out in December.
The company has been selling new iPhones for years, and the launch of the iPhone in November has been a big success.
The latest iPhones have also been very popular with customers, with over 7.3 million units sold.
Apple has also been making improvements to the new phones, including a new front camera, better wireless charging, and a new FaceTime HD camera.