Each year, one of the biggest tech launches is from Apple and the upcoming launch of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus looks to be yet another reason why. The highly publicized US release is getting plenty of attention with consumer availability starting September 25th through Apple Inc directly and all of the top US carriers.

The iPhone 6s Plus and US iPhone 6s release date has been made official, and consumers can choose to purchase the handset directly through Apple or any of the big four. Consumer availability for all will begin on the 25th with all offering preorders options right now. This year’s launch will be unlike previous years as carriers won’t be able to dictate their own release dates, and otherwise, won’t be able to launch the new iPhones earlier than Apple.

iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Release Date September 25th through Apple Inc, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint

The official launch iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6s price has also been made available through Apple, Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile which include:

  iPhone 6s Price iPhone 6s Plus Price
32 GB on-contract

32 GB off-contract

$199

$649

$299

$749

64 GB on-contract

32 GB off-contract

$299

$749

$399

$849

128 GB on-contract

128 GB off-contract

$399

$849

$499

$949

For those looking for a lease option, all of top four US carriers and Apple will include monthly payment options. Apple is getting in on the installment plans where consumers can pick up the newest iPhone for around $32/month with no money down and will get AppleCare Protection included along with the option to upgrade after one year.

Carrier specific price options have not yet been made available, but you can expect to pay around the same price through all four of the larger US carriers. Verizon has recently switched from Verizon Edge to the Device Payment Plan while AT&T’s Next and are both similar. Both Sprint and T-Mobile have similar lease options with all being no money down for approved current, and no customers.