The Best iPhone 6 deals in August 2015 start early with up to $100 off the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a deal that includes an upgrade to the iPhone 6s later this year and we expect good deals to continue through the month.
As the iPhone 6 approaches the one-year mark, retailers are cutting the price of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhones in preparation for Apple’s official price cuts that will arrive when the new iPhone arrives later this year.
While many shoppers will want to wait for the latest and greatest iPhone, there are still a lot of things to love about the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus — including the option to buy a new iPhone at a great price.
[contextly_sidebar id=”CcraR0Cri7WDbZ0if8yCNUL7RWrdgJMU”]Many deals exist that ask users to switch carriers, but at the start of August you can get an iPhone 6 starting at $99 on a two year contract. Keep in mind that you will still need to pay activation fees in addition to the base price.
Once again it is hard to find good AT&T iPhone 6 deals, but there is a great T-Mobile iPhone 6 deal for users who know they need a new phone today and who also want the iPhone 6s later this year.
The biggest Sprint and Verizon iPhone 6 deals may end very soon, but we’ll update this list with new iPhone 6 deals throughout August 2015.
$100 Off iPhone 6 Deals
Best Buy sells the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for $100 off on a two-year contract with Sprint or Verizon.
- iPhone 6 16GB – $99
- iPhone 6 64GB – $199
- iPhone 6 Plus 16GB – $199
- iPhone 6 128GB – $299
- iPhone 6 Plus 64GB – $299
- iPhone 6 Plus 128GB – $399
You can only get this iPhone 6 deal at Best Buy, so you will not have luck at a carrier store. To get this deal you need to be eligible for an upgrade or a new customer to that carrier.
This iPhone 6 deal may end on August 1st, so move fast if you want to save.
T-Mobile iPhone 6 Now, iPhone 6s Later Deal
T-Mobile knows that you want a new iPhone, but you don’t want to wait until late September. Shoppers can buy an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus now for $0 down and $15 or $19 a month for the 16GB models and then upgrade to the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus by the end of the year without changing the payments. Here’s how to get started with this deal.
— John Legere (@JohnLegere) July 28, 2015
You need to trade in a phone to start the process and then trade in the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus when you upgrade to the new models. We expect to see a new iPhone in late September.
Additional iPhone 6 Deals: August 2015
Here is a fast look at other deals that will help you save, but won’t cut the price as much as the other iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus deals.
- $20 off the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at Target
- $125 or more of refurbished iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus at Walmart
- $499 and up for refurbished iPhone 6 at Gazelle
If you buy refurbished, check the warranty options and if you are interested in Gazelle, check out our Gazelle Certified Used Review.
iOS 9 & Longevity
At WWDC 2015, Apple announced a brand new iOS update that will be heading to the iPhone 6 this fall.
iOS 9 is Apple's new operating system and it will follow the iOS 8.4 update that just arrived for the iPhone 6 last week. iOS 9 is coming with a number of different features though our favorite is a real tangible battery life boost for the iPhone 6.
Once the iOS 9 update rolls out to the iPhone 6, you'll not only gain access to new battery saving features but also a full extra hour of battery life. That's absolutely huge for a device that's approaching its one year anniversary.
iOS 9 is going to be the first in a long line of iOS updates for the iPhone. Apple's rolling out iOS 9 to the iPhone 4s, its fourth major iOS update, and that could mean an additional year of software support for the iPhone 6. Apple's tendency is to offer three years before kicking a device to the curb.
This is big for two reasons. One, it means that you can safely invest in the iPhone 6 right now or three months from now when the iPhone 6s comes out. And two, it means that the iPhone 6's software support still makes Android software support look silly. Android phones are lucky to get 24 months of support from carriers.
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