Apple has used a busy, action-packed event in San Francisco to show off its new iPhone 6S with 3D Touch display and new Rose Gold model.
After a year of rumours, speculation and ever-mounting evidence, Apple has finally unveiled the iPhone 6S, alongside its bigger sibling, the iPhone 6S Plus. As expected, the new iPhone comes in a new Rose Gold colour and also offers 3D Touch, but there are lots of other new features, too. Read on to find out more about the iPhone 6S, including the iPhone 6S release date, pre-order date, UK price and all of its new features.
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are now available to pre-order, following their 9 September launch and subsequent 12 September pre-order kick off day. The new phones will be available to buy in stores from 25 September in 12 countries including the UK, which is also the day you can expect to recieve your pre-order iPhone if you get in quickly enough. It'll be in 130 countries by the end of the year.
As mentioned above, Apple began pre-orders for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus on Saturday 12 September at 8.01am. On Apple's Online Store, you'll be able to pre-order the new iPhone unsubsidised for the prices listed above. If you get in quickly enough, you should get your iPhone on its release day on 25 September, as lots of the models have yet to sell out.