New iPhone 6 models will be available in select markets starting tomorrow and will have the same specifications as the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s phones.
Apple will launch the new iPhones in a limited number of countries in the coming weeks, the company said.
Apple will launch new iPhone models in select countries in a number of regions starting tomorrow.
It has announced that new models will have a “smaller screen, bigger battery and a thinner design”, with the larger screen “expected to come as soon as the fall”.
It will offer new iPhones for $999 and $1,199, respectively.iPhone 6S models will come in two versions.
The lower-priced model will come with a 5.5-inch, 720p display, a larger battery and 128GB of storage, while the higher-priced iPhone 6S Plus will come unlocked with a 6.3-inch screen and 128Gb of storage.
Both models will offer dual cameras, a wider range of sensors and a new “dual-stage” camera that allows for more accurate images.
The smaller iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models will feature a “super-slim” bezel and a “mini-dual aperture” lens, with the iPhone 5S and 5C models offering a full-sized “Super-Slim” OLED screen and a 12-megapixel rear camera.
The iPhone 5 and 5S models are expected to arrive in August and September.
Apple said that iPhone 6 owners who purchase the “Slimline” version will get a new version of the iPhone called the “iPhone 6 Plus”.
The “Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip” is a new accessory that allows iPhone users to change the lighting of the home, such as changing the light on a fireplace or a light on the countertop.
The “Slyfox” and “SillyFox” iPhone 6 series will also come in Slimline variants, with prices ranging from $749 for a 32GB model to $1.299 for a 128GB model.
Apple says it will offer “SILVER” versions of the new phones, with a 256GB version available for $1.,699.
Apple also confirmed that it will begin selling “SOLD” versions on its website on September 9, priced at $799.