The iPhone 6s is here and available on major carriers in Australia, or available outright as a purchase from Apple and you can use a SIM only plan with a new nano-sim.
This time around there are four colours: gold, silver, space grey and rose gold.
The iPhone 6s features:
The iPhone 6s Plus is the big daddy of the iPhone family. Importantly, the iPhone 6s Plus can run the latest version of Apple's operating system, iOS9, which is the operating system that is shipped with the latest iPhone models. See our guide on iOS9 to see what's new.
The iPhone 6s Plus features:
It can be hard to choose a favourite, especially between two great devices like the iPhones. Luckily, they have alot in common. Both run on iOS9; both offer fast LTE speeds and dual-band Wi-Fi. Most importantly, both offer you access to over a million apps via the Apple App Store.
Both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models offer
Let's face it, we all need a little help in selecting the right iPhone model for us and picking the best plans for our needs.
We've created this super guide to help you get everything that you need to know upfront before you make a decision. A lot goes into making a rewarding choice, especially with an iPhone on a 24 month contract. We'll be doing our best to keep you up to date with all the key decision-making factors.
We've looked at the iPhone 6s & 6s Plus in detail. The most intriguing new features are 3D Touch and an upgrade to a 12MP camrea. 3D Touch is a multi-touch system that also measures pressure; press harder to perform a different command than a tap. Harder again and you can do yet other things. This is the next generation of touchscreens. The upgrade from 8MP camera to 12 has been 4 years in the making for Apple. Finally you'll be able to shoot 4K video on what will doubtlessly be one of the best, if not the best camera on the smartphone market.
If you've got an older iPhone or iPad you might be able to upgrade to the latest and greatest operating system for the iPhone, iOS9. There’s updates to the news and Notes apps, public transport for Maps (in some countries), multitasking for iPads, and some seriously big improvements to Siri.
Switching from an old iPhone to a new iPhone is a stupendously simple task thanks to Apple's iCloud software. In fact, most of the data you will want to transfer to your new handset is probably already backed up in the cloud. We've put a guide to getting the most out of iCloud.
If you're been using an Android phone for the last couple of years, but are keen to try out the new iPhone, then you'll probably looking to get all of your contacts from one phone to the other. Because these phone run on different operating systems, transferring some of your content over can be tricky. We've got all the information you need in this handy guide.
The iPhone 5s is still available for purchase and we did an extensive review of this phone last year. Check out the review if you are thinking of getting the iPhone 5s instead of the newer iPhone 6 or 6 Plus. Please note that we reviewed the iPhone 5s when it launched and this was running an older version of the iOS operating system.
Read our iPhone 6 review here
With the release of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, there will be a plethora of iPhone plans available for the iPhone models. The prices for each model vary with the handset repayments varying per phone, with the iPhone 6 obviously offering the most cost effective option, followed by the iPhone 6 Plus, the iPhone 6s and finally the 6s Plus. To browse the price plan combinations from each carrier, simply select your model from the list and start comparing. You can short list any plan at any time to compare features side by side.
Browse the plans for each iPhone model here...
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