iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus pre-orders start Saturday ahead of an iPhone 6s release date on September 25th. With the iPhone 6s release date fast approaching, there are some things that buyers need to keep an eye on.
Yesterday, Apple hosted a massive launch event at the Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco. There, the company detailed several new products in its pipeline including a new Apple TV 4, an iPad mini 4, the iPad Pro, and two brand new iPhones.
Apple saved the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus for last but they were worth the wait. The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will both come with a collection of impressive features. They include upgraded cameras, a stronger design, enhanced displays, iOS 9, and more.
The company went into detail regarding the iPhone 6s features and it also went into detail regarding the iPhone 6s release date.
Apple and its carrier partners will start taking iPhone 6s pre-orders on Saturday, September 12th. The iPhone 6s pre-order process will be followed by an iPhone 6s release date on September 25th in the United States and select countries.
As we push closer to the iPhone 6s release date, there are some things that we think you should keep an eye on.
Some of these things are only going to be important for those of you that pre-order the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus. Others will be important for all iPhone 6s buyers.
These are the 10 most important things to watch for as we approach the iPhone 6s release date. Keep these in mind as Apple and its partners prepare to release two of the biggest, and perhaps best, smartphones of the year.
iPhone 6s Stock
If you're planning to pre-order the iPhone 6s or if you're planning to buy it sometime soon, you're going to want to keep a close eye on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus stock.
The iPhone is an extremely popular smartphone and there's a very good chance that some models, or all models, will sell out during the pre-order period ahead of the release date. This could lead to a chaotic iPhone 6s release date and perhaps, a long wait for the model that you want.
If you stay up to pre-order, you should get the color and storage that you want. If you don't, you'll be rolling the dice.