Today, Apple unveiled its two newest iPhone models, the iPhone 6
and the iPhone 6 Plus
. Each features the new Retina Display HD; the iPhone 6 has a 4.7" 1334x750 (greater than 720p) screen while the iPhone 6 Plus steps up to a 5.5" 1920x1080 (1080p) display. (Both are larger than the 4" screen of the iPhone 5s.)
They're powered by the next-generation A8 processor and are thinner than previous models. Other new features include an M8 motion coprocessor (for measuring distance and elevation changes), barometer, 150Mbps LTE with Voice over LTE (VoLTE) support, 802.11ac wireless, upgraded 8-megapixel iSight camera with flash (with optical image stabilization for the 6 Plus only), and new FaceTime HD front-facing camera.
With 2-year contracts, the iPhone 6 16GB model
will cost $199
(64GB and 128GB models will be $299
, respectively) while the iPhone 6 Plus 16GB model
will cost $299
(with 64GB and 128GB models clocking in at $399
.) Preorders will begin on September 12 and the phones will be released on September 19.